Two months ago, Jim Harbaugh unleashed fury on anyone who opposed his team’s spring break in Florida.

Most of the public criticism came from SEC coaches, who claimed that Harbaugh was overworking players during a usual down period. One of those in contrast of Harbaugh’s methods was Georgia coach Kirby Smart, who questioned whether or not the practices were being done with the right intentions.

“There are a lot of factors that people haven’t thought about with that deal,” Smart said to back in February. “You’ve got to think about recruiting rules, how they are going to handle those? Is it an advantage or a disadvantage? Are they going to let coaches go to those? Are they going to be open practices? Do we go over there and watch them and scout them? If it’s open practices, why don’t we go? It’s a Pandora’s Box of what they’re going to get into.”

That led to this bombshell of a tweet from Harbaugh:

Well, whatever differences they had will have to be put aside for at least one day.

Following the news that the satellite camp ban had been rescinded, Cedar Grove High School in Georgia tweeted out that their camp was back on. That camp, of course, is highlighted by the Georgia and Michigan coaching staffs:

The camp will be Michigan’s first on its 11-day tour. It will be on June 2 at Maynard Jackson High School in Atlanta, which is Smart’s territory.

Ironic is the fact that it was the SEC coaches who were most vocal in calling for the ban of satellite camps. Now Smart and the Bulldogs are teaming up with the supposed enemy for a cause that they fought to end.

Harbaugh has just over a month to learn Smart’s name.