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.
— Georgia Tech Sports (@GTAthletics) September 5, 2014
Memphis felt right at home on its Delta Airlines flight to Los Angeles on Friday.
— MemphisTigerNetwork (@TigersMedia) September 5, 2014
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.
— Navy Football (@NavyFB) September 5, 2014
McNeese State will get a taste of a football Saturday in Lincoln, Neb. as the Cowboys deplane their Sun Country Airlines flight.
— McNeese Football (@McNeeseFootball) September 5, 2014
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.
— Tennessee Football (@Vol_Football) September 5, 2014
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.
— EMU Football (@EMUFB) September 5, 2014
Not every school gets to fly, especially when you are Michigan and you only need to get to South Bend.
— Michigan Football (@umichfootball) September 5, 2014
Colorado found a good place to practice on Friday morning before the Buffs play UMass on Saturday, using Brown’s football field.