Monday night, the Philadelphia Eagles faced off against the Washington Redskins in the highly anticipated debut of Chip Kelly as a head coach in the National Football League. Kelly and the Eagles put on a show for the first half of that game and seemingly coasted to the win against the Redskins.
A couple days before that game, the Oregon Ducks went to Virginia and demolished the Cavaliers in their second game of the year, 59-10. The Ducks are still covered with the fingerprints of the former head coach, Kelly. With new head man Mark Helfrich, there have been very few apparent changes made in the program.
It has been widely publicized that Helfrich is an Oregon native and a lot of people around the organization hope that Helfrich is here for the long haul. My question is this: Is Coach Helfrich innovative enough to keep up with the demand of being a major college football head coach?
Kelly, like Helfrich, came into Oregon relatively unknown. He came to be offensive coor...