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The war between LSU and Texas on the recruiting trail continued this week, as the Longhorns were effectively pushed out of the state of Louisiana while attempting to execute satellite camps. During that ordeal, former Kentucky head coach and current Belhaven University head coach Hal Mumme was not at all pleased with the actions of LSU head coach Ed Orgeron and, now, he is reportedly set to do something about it.




Mumme, in an interview with 99.1 The Game in Birmingham, indicated that he turned Orgeron in to the NCAA for his actions. (h/t SEC Country)

“I’ve turned (Orgeron) in to the NCAA. I think the NCAA needs to go down there and look at that. I mean, I don’t see how a public figure at an SEC school can basically extort people into not using their facilities for the public good.”

Mumme’s stance is a reasonable one in that he feels as if only the high school prospects in Louisiana are negatively affected by LSU’s perceived actions. According to reports this week, this was the third instance of LSU standing in the way of a satellite camp and something tells me that this won’t be the last we hear of the issue in the (very) near future.

Former SEC head coach says he’s reported Ed Orgeron to the NCAA Chris Graythen/Getty Images
Rowland is a lifelong Atlanta sports fan that also grew up in a Michigan Wolverines household. He previously worked with FanSided, SB Nation and UPROXX sports and covers college football for FanBuzz.
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