NCAA executive Oliver Luck said Monday that the new satellite camp rule may be revisited. The NCAA approved a ban on satellite camps earlier this month, requiring schools to conduct football camps and clinics only at their own facilities.

By SI Wire
April 18, 2016

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NCAA executive Oliver Luck said Monday that the new satellite camp rule may be revisited, according to ProFootballTalk’s Zac Jackson.

The NCAA approved a ban on satellite camps earlier this month, requiring schools to conduct football camps and clinics only at their own facilities.

The SEC proposed the rule in response to Michigan coach Jim Harbaugh’s spring practices and satellite camps. Harbaugh scheduled a Michigan practice at the IMG Academy in Florida, and was scheduled to coach at football camps around the country this summer.

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The conference complained, due to possible recruiting advantages.

FBS coaches and staffers also must only be employed at camps run by their own program according to the new rules.

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