LSU football coach Ed Orgeron has become the target of criticism after reports that he has been trying to keep out-of-state schools away from Louisiana-held satellite camps.

Hal Mumme, head coach at Belhaven University, recently took to the airwaves and wasn't bashful about his thoughts. Mumme told Jeff Barker's radio show in Mississippi on Wednesday that a camp Belhaven was supposed to hold this week in Louisiana, along with Texas, Cornell and a few other schools, was canceled due to LSU pressure.

"Paranoid Ed has kind of made it real plain that he was not going to allow any schools from outside of the state to come in there and look at their players," Mumme said. "He went around and did camps on their FCS campuses and wanted that to suffice. The problem with that is, of the 11 schools that play football in Louisiana, there's only one of them, Louisiana College, that's Division III. All the rest of them are D-I schools."

This is the third such accusation about LSU of trying to keep out-of-state schools, including Texas and Michigan, away from Louisiana satellite camps.

Mumme told 99.1 FM The Game in Birmingham, Alabama, that he is turning Orgeron in to the NCAA.