AUBURN, Alabama — The ban on satellite camps has been lifted, and one former Auburn coach wouldn’t mind teaming up with Gus Malzahn in Ohio this summer.
Cincinnati coach Tommy Tuberville tells SEC Country he would be interested in conducting a satellite camp in Ohio with Auburn, his former employer, this summer.
Auburn has not yet returned requests for comments on the NCAA’s decision today to lift the ban on satellite camps. SEC schools will be allowed to conduct satellite camps outside the usual 50-mile radius of their campus May 29.
Malzahn has long been against the idea of satellite camps — and so has the SEC — but he, like others, has thought of contingency plans in case the ban was rescinded by the NCAA.
Would Auburn interested in holding a camp in conjunction with Cincinnati? At least one side is open to the idea.
Tuberville was 85-40 during his 10-year tenure at Auburn, which ended with the 2008 season. His 2004 squad went undefeated.