Social Hour: Mora extension, Tulane helmet, Alabama transfer

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UCLA underachieved by most people’s standards in 2015 (though injuries certainly didn’t help), but that didn’t stop head coach Jim Mora from receiving a contract extension. The school announced Mora’s new deal Tuesday. It extends through 2021, making it a two-year extension.

UAB defensive coordinator Duwan Walker stepped down Monday, but the school already has a replacement lined up. David Reeves, formerly the team’s defensive line coach, will now serve as defensive coordinator.

Tulane unveiled a new helmet Tuesday. It brings back its old “angry wave” logo, but with a more modern feel.

Florida receiver Antonio Callaway is reportedly back in school, but his status with the team is still up in the air.

Alabama safety Shawn Burgess-Becker is leaving the program. The former four-star recruit played in 13 games in 2015, mainly on special teams.

Texas State dismissed three wide receivers who were previously suspended. On top of that, a linebacker decided to leave the team.

Michigan’s satellite camp tour stopped in Alabama, so Jim Harbaugh went with a Julio Jones jersey.

The ESPN broadcast schedule for the first three weeks of SEC football was unveiled.

Former Kansas State star Collin Klein has settled in nicely in the coaching ranks.

Sad news: Former Missouri Western QB Donny Herron was killed.

Clemson has been putting out funny videos as construction on a new athletics facility continues. This one involved a kicker and some unsuspecting workers.