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Report: Michigan coaches to hold camp in Australia

Australia's Prokick announced on Tuesday that all Michigan coaches are expected to travel to Australia to hold a football camp in June.

Go big or go home, right?

That has certainly been the case since the NCAA announced that satellite camps were allowed to resume this summer. It appears that the Michigan coaching staff is taking the satellite camps a step further and traveling overseason.

All the way Down Under, it appears.

According to a report by Prokick Australia, all U-M coaching staff members are expected to hold a camp in Australia on June 3.

Prokick is Australia's leading organization of facilitating transitions of Australians the American version of football, most typically as kickers or punters. The NCAA has seen an influx of Australian special teams players over the years, including punter Blake O'Neill who was a punter for the Wolverines last season.

According to the report, this camp is not just dedicated to the special teams, as all positions are open to come. It is unknown at this time whether U-M head coach Jim Harbaugh will attend the camp or not.


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