After a brief quiet period in the satellite camp conversation, Jim Harbaugh grabbed some attention with his choice of jersey for a camp at South Alabama. 

The Michigan head coach, dressed in his normal navy blue cap and khaki pants, donned an Atlanta Falcons No. 11 jersey. For those not keeping up with the NFL, that number is worn by former Crimson Tide wide receiver Julio Jones.

Now, this isn't something that Harbaugh decided to do randomly to spite Alabama and Nick Saban. He's been wearing the jersey of a local sports star at each of his satellite camps this summer. There was a Cal Ripken Orioles jersey in Baltimore, an Allen Iverson Sixers home white at Old Dominion, and many others.

But Tuesday's selection was an interesting one considering the opposing stances he and Saban have taken on satellite camps.

For record, Harbaugh did finish the camp in a Jon Lieber Cubs jersey in honor of the pitcher that played for the Jaguars.