Posted December 17, 2012 on
Oregon's Chip Kelly responded to questions from media following practice on Monday morning, Dec. 17, 2012 as the Ducks prepare for the Fiesta Bowl against Kansas State on January 3, 2013.
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Chip Kelly isn’t your safe coaching hire. He is a swing for the fences type of hire. He could be the next great NFL coach or he could be out of the NFL for good within two years. Hiring Chip Kelly is like an at bat in baseball where their are two outs, a 3-2 count and your team is down 3 runs with the bases loaded. The pitch is high but hitable. You could let it go for a walk...
According to PhillyBurbs.com, the online version of The Burlington County Times, Shawnee High School (Medford, N.J.) offensive lineman Jake Pisarcik has given a verbal commitment to the Oregon Ducks.
Kansas State and Oregon were pegged for the BCS Title game at one stage this season, but tough losses relegated them to the Fiesta Bowl. Both teams are similar only in their success, both run very different styles of offense. The Wildcats, led by Bill Snyder, run a power based, methodical offense that pounds opponents into submission, while the defense is as fundamentally sound as...
It’s obvious that Eagles quarterback Michael Vick won’t be in Philly next season.
According to Ian Rapoport of the NFL Network, Vick wants to be a starter in 2013 and doesn’t want to play for the Jets unless Mark Sanchez is gone or unless he’s making more money than Sanchez.
Vick also may wait and see if Oregon head coach Chip kelly ends up bolting to the NFL.