College Football

SEC set to take part in satellite camps

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(AP) -- Southeastern Conference coaches are ready to start participating in the satellite camps their league had wanted to eliminate nationwide.

When the NCAA Division I Board of Directors decided Thursday to rescind a ban on satellite camps - just three weeks after it had been instituted - it also cleared the way for the SEC to end its own prohibition of the practice. During a Wednesday teleconference, nearly all the SEC Eastern Division coaches said their schools would be taking part in satellite camps now that the restriction has been lifted.

"We're in the process of putting our traveling show together," Florida coach Jim McElwain said. "It should be fun. I'm looking forward to it."

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