In case you missed it, here's what's happening in college sports today, July 30.
1. Transfer makes sense
Colorado redshirt freshman quarterback Shane Dillon's decision to transfer to San Diego to play basketball may seem a bit strange to some, but John Henderson from The Denver Post argues that it makes sense. Dillon had the look of a quarterback but he still had some quirks in his throwing motion that would have taken the coaches time to iron out. Time that they may not have if true freshman Sefo Liufau shows up ready to go. According to Henderson Dillon may have been third string by the beginning of the season. Luckily for Dillon, he's always shown promise as a basketball player.
2. My eyes!
Bleacher Report has compiled a list of the 10 worst current uniforms in college basketball for your viewing pleasure, if you can stand awful color combinations and blinding colors that is. Some highlights are Kansas State's disappearing numbers, Marquette's stripes and Notre Dame's key lime pie getups.
3. Texas A&M, Utah lineman killed in car accident
High school teammates and cousins Polo Manukainiu and Gaius Vaenuku were killed in a car accident Monday night in New Mexico when the vehicle they were in rolled. Manukainiu was a redshirt freshman at Texas A&M and Vaenuku was set to begin his career playing for Utah in the fall. A 13-year-old cousin also died in the crash.
4. Season will start in Asia
The college basketball season will tip of abroad in Asia. Georgia and Oregon will meet November 8 at a U.S. Army base in Pyeongtaek, South Korea. It's the first time the season has started in Asia.
5. Rutgers to retire No. 52
Former Rutgers football player Eric LeGrand will have hid No. 52 retired this fall. It's the first number retired by Rutgers in the 144-year history of its program. LeGrand suffered a spinal cord injury during the 2010 season and was paralyzed from the neck down.