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    Re: Oregon Anticipates a Hearing with NCAA

    I would like to see how Chip Kelly would fare in the NFL. It seems like an odd fit from a style of play standpoint.

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    Re: Oregon Anticipates a Hearing with NCAA

    I think his scheme would work, but I'm not sure if his quarterback would survive.

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    Re: Oregon Anticipates a Hearing with NCAA

    http://www.oregonlive.com/ducks/inde...will_face.html

    This article provides a good recap of the issue. Amazes me how much money law firms can earn on these types of cases (>$140k and counting).
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    Re: Oregon Anticipates a Hearing with NCAA

    Quote Originally Posted by thefloydian View Post
    I think his scheme would work, but I'm not sure if his quarterback would survive.
    Jets have one that would. And he is available. Or better yet. Kelly to the Jets.
    Last edited by ALA2262; December 20th, 2012 at 09:48 AM.

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    Re: Oregon Anticipates a Hearing with NCAA

    Quote Originally Posted by thefloydian View Post
    I think his scheme would work, but I'm not sure if his quarterback would survive.
    The thing I wonder about more than the scheme is how the extremely fast pace would work in terms of substitutions and practices with only 53 players on an active roster and only 45 players available for each game. The Patriots have used an up-tempo offense effectively this year, but it's not at the same pace that Kelly likes to use.

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    Re: Oregon Anticipates a Hearing with NCAA

    I smell Roast Duck
    to 16 and beyond........

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    Re: Oregon Anticipates a Hearing with NCAA

    Quote Originally Posted by bamadp View Post
    I think Chip Kelly may pull a Pete Carroll shortly.
    I wouldn't be a bit surprised to see Chip Kelly in Cleveland next season.
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    Quote Originally Posted by We_are_Bama View Post
    I wouldn't be a bit surprised to see Chip Kelly in Cleveland next season.
    I wouldn't be suprised to see the Browns move to L.A. next season.

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    Re: Oregon Anticipates a Hearing with NCAA

    Quote Originally Posted by pyro View Post
    I wouldn't be suprised to see the Browns move to L.A. next season.
    Jimmy Haslam lives in Knoxville.

    Flight time in a private jet from Knoxville to Cleveland is under an hour. The same plane takes 4 hours to make it to LA.

    Right now he can go to the Vols game at Neyland on Saturday night, get a full night's sleep in his own bed, eat breakfast at his own table, be in the owner's box before the team arrives at the stadium for a noon kickoff in a city that filled 92% of the seats this season despite sucking for several years, and then return to eat supper at his own table.

    OR

    He can move the team to LA, face that 4 hour flight in the dead of night to watch his team play in a city that failed to support both the Rams and Raiders, and then face another 4 hour flight back home.

    I think you'll see Nick Saban coaching the Browns before you see the Browns moving to LA with Haslam as their owner.

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    Re: Oregon Anticipates a Hearing with NCAA

    Quote Originally Posted by bamadp View Post
    I think Chip Kelly may pull a Pete Carroll shortly.
    NBC Sports agrees with you.

    http://profootballtalk.nbcsports.com...ve-to-the-nfl/
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    Re: Oregon Anticipates a Hearing with NCAA

    Charles Robinson speaks more------

    http://sports.yahoo.com/blogs/not-fo...010142843.html


    Inducements after arriving on campus are one thing but "recruiting" inducements are something entirely different.
    And paying third parties for their "help" can get other agencies involved. Why would Willie Lyles provide this information
    to the NCAA and Charles Robinson?
    Last edited by OBMS; December 21st, 2012 at 08:19 AM.

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    Re: Oregon Anticipates a Hearing with NCAA

    Quote Originally Posted by bamadp View Post
    I think Chip Kelly may pull a Pete Carroll shortly.
    I believe the Chip Kelly to the NFL talk a lot more than the Saban talk. Chip is young enough (49) to try out the NFL and if things don't go well he can still come back and land a top college job (like Kiffin, Petrino, Spurrier, etc...). If he's going to leave for the NFL, he needs to do it when the money is on the table and his stock is high.

    Chip could probably stick around for a little while longer at Oregon without hurting his stock, but Oregon has accepted some wrong doing and the NCAA doesn't think that's enough. The question is, if Chip has a high paying NFL job waiting for him, would he risk sticking around at Oregon? If there's enough dirt he ultimately might not have a choice in terms of staying there long term anyway.

    It's an interesting situation, but considering you can basically take a mulligan when it comes to going to the NFL, there's a lot of incentive for him to make that move.

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    Oregon Anticipates a Hearing with NCAA

    Didn't see this coming.
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