Social Hour: Cal and Hawaii have arrived in Australia

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California Golden Bears cheerleaders welcome players as they arrive at Sydney International airport. (AP Photo/Rob Griffith)
California Golden Bears cheerleaders welcome players as they arrive at Sydney International airport. (AP Photo/Rob Griffith)

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Tulsa, Virginia Tech and Rutgers all unveiled new uniforms over the weekend. Tulsa’s will be worn full-time, while the Hokies and Scarlet Knights showed off new alternate looks. Tech will wear theirs against Tennessee in the Battle at Bristol.

One Cincinnati fan sure seems confident about UC’s efforts to join the Big 12.

LSU helped South Carolina in the aftermath of flooding in the Columbia area. This time around, South Carolina is assisting in the efforts to assist those affected by devastating flooding in Baton Rouge.

Cal and Hawaii open up the college football season Friday in Australia. Both programs have already arrived in Sydney.

Penn State took a pool day instead of practicing and James Franklin showed off his high-dive.

Longtime Virginia Tech coach Frank Beamer is enjoying retirement.

Malik Henry, Florida State’s prized freshman quarterback, has been suspended indefinitely.

North Carolina QB Caleb Henderson has decided to transfer. He likely would have been the Heels’ No. 3 QB.

Memphis has identified its starting quarterback: Tennessee transfer Riley Ferguson.

And while Memphis named its starter, Texas and South Carolina will keep their decisions secret heading into
the opener.

This collaboration between Marvel and ESPN is pretty cool.

This was a pretty touching moment at SEC Network late last week.