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Baylor to Welcome Jim Harbaugh and Entire Michigan Coaching Staff for Summer Camp

In case you were wondering what the quid pro quo would be for Briles speaking at a Michigan event, here it is.

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So this is going to be a little insane:

That's right, Baylor and Art Briles are bringing Michigan's Jim Harbaugh and his entire staff to Waco for an instructional camp to be held on Sunday, June 12, 2016.  There's no word yet if the event will be at all open to the public, but I think you can virtually guarantee that just about every recruit worthy of note will be in attendance.  The tweet says that they will limit attendance to the first 500 that get there, meaning there will be quite a rush to get those spot.

I'm not entirely sure what to think about the Baylor-Michigan alliance we may see forming here.  In case you don't recall, Art Briles was the keynote speaker at Michigan's spring camp in Michigan, and then just yesterday, Briles praised Harbaugh, saying he had "no ego." Harbaugh apparently returned the favor, saying that the two share a common desperation to be great.  That's before you even get to the somewhat subtle note in the tweet above that Baylor and Michigan represent "two top-5 programs."

Not sure how our in-state rivals will feel about this one, either, to be honest.