Report: Les Miles vows to hit the road if satellite camps are not banished

Published May. 27, 2015 7:09 p.m. ET

With the SEC Meetings currently under way in Destin, Florida, one of the most discussed topics are the satellite camps that have recently become popular, particularly with Big Ten schools. 

The SEC currently bans their coaches from participating in such camps or from the schools themselves holding satellite camps further than 50 miles away from campus. 

While the SEC currently has rules regarding satellite camps, these rules do not apply to programs outside the SEC. So far Michigan and Penn State have both held camps in the South, much to the ire of many in the SEC. 

Soon-to-be new SEC Commissioner Greg Sankey had some interesting words on the subject while attending the league's meetings:

LSU head coach Les Miles took it a step further with these comments: 

While some may consider it outlandish for the SEC to attempt to influence rules and decision making by other conferences, if the other leagues aren't careful, they could soon find the SEC in their own backyard.