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The Last Angry Fan:
ESPN sideline reporter Erin Andrews caught up with Oregon head coach Chip Kelly following the No.9 ranked Ducks’ 41-27 win over No. 19 Arizona State. The interview was going along all fine and dandy until a few over exuberant Ducks fans got to hooting and hollering in the background, as many people are wont to do whenever they spy a television camera.
Apparently Chip Kelly will brook no interference when he’s discussing his team’s defense with the lovely Erin Andrews, turning to the noisy revelers and saying, “Hey, will you shut up?!!?!?!?”
It worked because the crowd dispersed rather quickly after Kelly’s tongue lashing. What can you say—the man wields some serious power.
Video follows the jump…
Gotta side with Kelly on this one. If I were in such close proximity to Erin Andrews, I’d want the interruptions kept to a minimum too.
[H/T to Larry Brown Sports]
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