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So you're saying Chip is a liar? I would love to see you post a quote where he has said he wants to coach in the NFL...
Saban, at least, had an NFL background...not unlke Pete Carroll and Jim Harbaugh...
Matt, you trying to position yourself for a spot at the Oregonian?
"Release Me Cuhhhhhhhh"
Everyone lies dude. Get real. Chip said he didn't know who Will Lyles is. You think that's true? Keep downvoting me but if you only signed up for recruiting info then gtfo of this thread.
This post was edited by ducklefty 16 months ago
Looks like it.
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Wow...Taking this a bit personally, eh? Is Chip a member of the family? If so, then please let all of us know how you two are related...Otherwise, personal attacks, nor aggression is warranted in this discussion...
I don't remember Chip ever saying he didn't know who Willie Lyles was...Chip has barely offered up any comments about this NCAA probe, let alone comment on Willie Lyles...
Please keep this civil, unless I have somehow insulted you in some fashion, or a 'family member' as you seem to be alluding to...
Otherwise, Go Ducks!!! :-)
What a joke! He told Clownzano, a very good friend and pulitzer winning journalist, that he did not know Willie Lyles. Later when asked He said, “around here, we call him ‘Will.’ That is such a bs example, especially since everyone here should know how he views the media most of the time. Oh and just so you do not think I am lying about Chip and Clownzano's relationship nor his accolades (Clownz), that is sarcasm!
CBS sports quick take on NFL openings and Chip Kelly.
he NFL's Black Monday wasted little time. Five NFL coaches have been fired, and that doesn't include San Diego's Norv Turner, who should be out in the next few days. Carolina's Ron Rivera could follow. But this doesn't change much for Oregon, which has dealt with the Chip Kelly-to-the-NFL cloud for weeks. The Ducks are used to this.
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San Diego has fired Norv Turner. Now another job opening national media expects Chip Kelly to be involved in.
Following a fourth-straight season with a declining win total and a third-straight season without the playoffs, the San Diego Chargers fired
If he was that close to leaving what makes you think he won't go that far again? He is most likely going to leave when the time is right, NFL teams want him and it would be foolish for Chip not to test the waters of the NFL. His heart may be in college football, but his competitive spirit will take him to the NFL.
So, you're posting a story from 2011, that has never been substantiated...
You're also asking me to believe that Chip Kelly, the man who is extremely evasive when it comes to talking to the media, especially when it comes to issues surrounding the football program (i.e. injuries, play-calling, NFL coaching interest, etc...), that he somehow has a 'special' relationship with John Canzano, the man who has consistently been labeled as one of the University of Oregon's biggest detractors in the media, and has for some reason given John inside access to information regarding football issues?
I'm sorry if I don't accept this as a credible report...
I'm not going to discredit your opinion on this subject, as you are entitled, as I am, to your feelings on this...All I'm asking for is some sort of proof that Chip is actually interested in coaching in the NFL, and that just because he listens to an NFL offer means that he will eventually leave...
As I've posted before, it is entirely possible that Chip is using this attention as more 'street cred' when it comes to recruiting, and trying to convince potential PSA's to come to Oregon...
What better way to attract a recruit to a program, and a head coach, than to tell a recruit that the NFL wants him? THIS he has alluded to before...
It also dispells any theories that Chip's system would not work for potential recruits that want to go on the NFL...
Does anyone see the pending NCAA investigation as a possible impetus for Kelly's transition to the NFL? We saw this with Pete Carrol at USC.
Have you ever heard the phrase ”actions speak louder than words” ?
He was an inch away from taking an NFL job last year! That tells me and most rational people that he is interested.
I don't think there is a single person on this site that wants him to go. I know I sure as hell don't but my God man! Pull your head out.
Never have I encountered a DT member that was more delusional and stubborn than you. Give it a rest. Just ignore this thread if it bothers you so much.
This post was edited by LetMeSeeYourO 16 months ago
It is an interesting question. Not sure Chip is that kind of gusto bolt in the night to avoid sanction.
His action was to stay! Actions speak louder than words, unless they do not fit your criteria, huh?
you have no right to tell anyone to get off a thread.
I give it a 2% chance that Chip is coaching the Ducks next year. And i'm ok with that.
This post was edited by jseahawks 16 months ago
Here's an article from Yahoo!'s Dan Wetzel on Chip Kelly. Wetzel calls Kelly the NFL's "Hottest Head Coaching Candidate".
From Yahoo! Sports: With an uptick in the number of plays ran, NFL teams may be more willing to accept Kelly's high-tempo style.
He can't run the pro style either.
Here's an article by Dwight Jaynes on CSNNW...
Talk about a bummer if the assistants are seriously worried about their jobs. And surprised that Jaynes didn't mention Helfrich at all.....
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