What SEC coaches did on their summer vacation

Bert’s got big plans for the summer.

“If these satellite camps go through, I’ve been in discussion with two Big Ten teams. I’ve been in discussion with teams in Florida and Texas, as well as the (Dallas) Cowboys,” Bielema said. “If this thing goes through, we’re going to do an exclusive camp right there with the Cowboys unique to us that no one else in the SEC will be able to do. That’s going to be a huge advantage.

“I’m talking about going east with a Big Ten team I’ve got a relationship with. If that pans out, some really good things could open the door.”

Sounds great.  Meanwhile, remember that fearless leader Greg Sankey warns everyone about the giant can of whoop ass his minions are prepared to open on the rest of an unsuspecting world if the NCAA doesn’t leave ten thousand dollars in unmarked bills in a paper bag pass legislation soon to shut down guest coaching camps.

Okay, so the SEC wants you to know it’s tanned, rested and ready to take charge.  If that’s the case, why is the conference fighting Harbaugh on this in the first place?



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5 responses to “What SEC coaches did on their summer vacation

  1. Debby Balcer

    If you can’t beat ’em join ’em.


  2. Stick jackson

    Because the players are in the South. The demographic collapse of the Rust Belt is slowly strangling the Big 10. Doesn’t get the SEC vampires much to hang in the turnip farm that Michigan and Ohio have become.


  3. South FL Dawg

    I’m not sure that even all the SEC reams care. Kentucky? Arkansas sounds like they’re in favor of allowing it. I think it’s time to plan that Bulldog Camp in Ohio.


    • Why have a camp in Ohio other than to spite Coach Prick? When was the last time we signed or even seriously pursued a player from that part of the country?

      I would rather us spend that time (and money) on building stronger relationships with high school coaches in our recruiting footprint (GA, FL, NC, SC, and TN).


  4. mg4life0331

    They fight Harbaugh because they don’t stand to gain as much, nor is it worth the effort to show him up. They’d rather the inablity of anyone being able to do it for ease.