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NCAA.com | September 5, 2014

Social Roundup: Teams travel, prepare

Georgia Tech was in good hands on Friday aboard Delta Airlines on its way to New Orleans to take on Tulane. The captain of the Yellow Jackets' flight was a Georgia Tech graduate.

Memphis felt right at home on its Delta Airlines flight to Los Angeles on Friday. The Tigers will face UCLA on Saturday.

Navy will visit Temple in Philadelphia on Saturday. But first, the Middies met Philadelphia Eagles head coach Chip Kelly during their walk-through at the Eagles facility.

McNeese State will get a taste of a football Saturday in Lincoln, Neb. as the Cowboys deplane their Sun Country Airlines flight.

Part of the job for a college football head coach? Talk with the announcers the day before a game. Tennessee's Butch Jones held court with the SEC Network crew on Friday.

Eastern Michigan hits the road for the first time this season when it takes on Florida. The Eagles received VIP treatment at Ypsilanti airport -- and got to watch TV all the way to Gainesville on JetBlue.

Not every school gets to fly, especially when you are Michigan and you only need to get to South Bend.

Colorado found a good place to practice on Friday morning before the Buffs play UMass on Saturday, using Brown's football field.

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