Found December 05, 2012 on
Oregon Sports News:
These days everyone has an opinion on what Chip Kelly's future will hold. The consensus is that by this time next year, Kelly will be roaming the sidelines of an NFL team. However, what if Kelly held out a little longer? What possibilities could be looming down the road?
It seems the list of possible destinations for Kelly this offseason will be extensive. It’s almost a foregone conclusion that Philadelphia, Cleveland, San Diego and Kansas City will all have voids to fill come January. There has also been a good deal of speculation surrounding at least a handful of other coaching positions around the league, including great destinations like Dallas, Carolina and New Orleans.
There are still four games remaining in the 2012 season and a lot can go right, or wrong, in the span of a month in the NFL; so no position openings are guaranteed. However, no matter what jobs do become available, it's popular belief that Kelly will be at the top of every team-in-need’s list o...
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AROUND THE WEB
We've all heard the rumors, perhaps a few of us have even come to terms with the possibility existing that Oregon Ducks head coach Chip Kelly may not be on the sidelines for the 2012-13 season.
If that is in fact the case, it would be a sad reality for the #5 ranked Ducks, (11-1, 8-1 Pac12) who came within a missed field goal of a second consecutive berth in the PAC-12 championship...
IT STARTS WITH A #2
A careful look around the sporting landscape reveals the difference between good and great.
Good is good enough. A #2 rolls with the punches and works the problem, a winner who barely runs out of time in losses.
Great goes beyond the pale. A #1 warps time and space to create a world of need where winning fulfills everything and losing is the...
Chip Kelly and his future on the sidelines in Eugene is the worst kept secret this side of a Kardashian’s affinity for celebrity, and people never tire of talking about it.
Since last January’s Tampa flirtation, the Oregon Ducks Head Football Coach’s tenure at the University of Oregon has been tenuous at best. Neither the fact that he chose to turn down the job, nor his...
With reports of Oregon Head Coach Chip Kelly making visits to recruits in the Portland area on Tuesday, the Oregon Ducks will start preparation for the 2013 Tostitos Fiesta Bowl on Friday.
1. Stanford (11-2) Cardinals handle UCLA on the Farm to win the PAC-12 championship. If not for that loss to Washington and a questionable call at Notre Dame, the Cardinal could be playing for the national championship. David Shaw deserves coach of the year honors in the PAC-12. Next up: Wisconsin in the Rose Bowl.2. Oregon (11-1) Idle this week. Ducks await BCS bowl berth...
The menu of college football bowl matchups, announced Sunday, looks quite appetizing.
Bovada has picked the four bowls that should produce the best entertainment value. Here’s a look at the games all fans should put on their holiday season must-watch list.
2013 Fiesta Bowl: Oregon Ducks vs. Kansas State Wildcats — Thursday, Jan. 3
Odds: Oregon -9
This is a game that is compelling...