Ohio State made it clear that it doesn’t plan on copying Michigan and taking its spring break south.

But in terms of heading south for a satellite camp, the Buckeyes are reportedly on board with following in Michigan’s footsteps.

According to 247sports, the Buckeyes will take part in a satellite camp at Lawrenceville Central Gwinnett in Georgia on June 16. It’ll mark the second straight year in which Ohio State participated in a satellite camp.

“With us being in Gwinnett County and all the talent we have here, it made sense,” Gwinnett coach Todd Wofford told 247sports. “I thought it would be a good opportunity for our school to have such an esteemed guests assist in our camp.”

Michigan, which was credited with being the instigators of the satellite camps after Jim Harbaugh took over, is also heading to Georgia in June. Harbaugh is scheduled to take part in a camp at Ellenwood Cedar Grove on June 2.

Coincidence? Maybe or maybe not.

The only thing that’s clear is that as long as satellite camps are legal, Michigan and Ohio State are going to take advantage of them.