Michigan head coach Jim Harbaugh had done a great job turning college football recruiting on its head over the last year, most recently hosting a star-studded National Signing Day event with everything from professional wrestlers to professional baseball players.
So when Harbaugh announced the Wolverines will spend a full week of spring football at Florida's IMG Academy, one of the top facilities in the country, it shouldn't surprise you that it rubbed the SEC the wrong way. So much so that the conference is urging the NCAA to step in and block Michigan's trip to Florida.
Harbaugh, being who he is, took to Twitter Wednesday afternoon and appeared to call out the SEC for "whining."
">February 10, 2016
Jim Harbaugh does not apologize for the way he conducts business at Michigan, and why should he? He just reeled in the No. 1 overall recruit in the 2016 class, like it or not.