Jim Harbaugh and the Michigan Wolverines have been making national headlines thanks to the program’s worldwide satellite tour this year, and if the NCAA doesn’t put restrictions in place to prevent camps in the future, we could once again see Harbaugh and company on the road in 2017.
Harbaugh was asked during a camp stop at Galena Park ISD Stadium in Houston whether he will continue satellite camps in the future, and he doesn’t seem like anyone who plans on stopping any time soon.
“I’m having more fun than I’ve had in a long time, so I don’t see why not,” Harbaugh said, via ESPN.com.
“Loving every minute of it. I mean, if you don’t like this, coming out coaching and teaching, then you might have gotten into the wrong profession. This profession may not be for you. If you’re tiring of doing this or you think this is a grind or you’re ready for it to be over, you might have picked the wrong profession.”
Harbaugh’s satellite camp tour this year included more than 30 camps in 21 states. There were even stops in American Samoa and Australia.
Jim Harbaugh certainly knows how to take advantage of the rules. Can you blame him? So far, it seems like the satellite camps have paid off for the program as Harbaugh continues to attract top talent from out of state. Now, it’s time for that recruiting success to pay off on the field for the Wolverines.
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