Hawaii takes light-hearted jab at UM's camp frenzy

Tony Paul
The Detroit News
Jim Harbaugh instructs players at camp last summer in Prattville, Ala.

There have been a lot of harsh words exchange over the satellite-camp ban, the subsequent reversal.

So who's to say coaches can't have a little fun, too.

Hawaii football coach Nick Rolovich took a light-hearted jab at Michigan coach Jim Harbaugh's decision to bring his camp tour to the Aloha State next month.

In a tweet posted Thursday night, Rolovich posted a fake flyer, advertising: "The Satellite Camp That Will Change Everything."

The satirical camp is "scheduled" for June 32nd -- wait a minute! -- and lists the cost at 15,000 per camper.

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It will "take place" at Dockers High School -- haha -- in Tenth Island, Michigan, whatever the heck that means.

Cost "includes" a camp 5-shirt and lei, and suggests campers stay afterward for the "Haka Camp."

Nice work, coach. Well played, indeed.

Harbaugh has more than 30 camps scheduled, all over the country -- and internationally.

Michigan this week finalized a camp in Australia, and is expected to soon finalize a camp in Samoa.

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