The Nebraska Cornhuskers have set up their first Satellite Camp in a very familiar place to where they have been recruiting the last couple of cycles.
The Huskers will be teaming up with Georgia State University to have a joint camp on Monday, June 15th. This will take place at the Georgia State practice facility all the way in Atlanta, right near Georgia Tech in the same city, and the University of Georgia just down the road in Athens.
This news comes a day after Penn State would be once again heading down to GSU for another Satellite Camp as well.
While the members of the SEC are up in arms over camps like these in the confines of their conference, the fact is that it's a perfectly legal and welcomed way to get a Northern program to richer recruiting soils. Besides, Nebraska has made a point of getting into Georgia the last couple of seasons, as Charlton Warren opened up the coffers before he left the program.
No word if Mark Richt has commented on whether he's lost control of the damn recruiting state. Paul Johnson has no damn comment at this time.
UPDATE: Apparently Valdosta State is hosting Nebraska as well on June 15th. That's a busy day for the staff.