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  • Kenjon Barner Vs Cal November 2010 By John Martinez Pavliga E1408683467894

    Chip Kelly Update: Oregon Bias, More Kenjon & Less Huff

    The Philadelphia Eagles have gone through the entire off-season with no roster changes at all. Then boom! Heading into preseason Game 3, Chip Kelly and GM Howie Roseman moved decisively. First they released Jason Phillips, a special teams ace who never came back from an ACL tear. …

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    Chip Kelly Update: Shots Fired Across the Bow

    The opening skirmish in Chip Kelly’s 2014 NFL season took place last Friday, and while the results weren’t pretty — especially with the starting offensive line — the team showed a glimpse of its potential. The final score doesn’t really matter — it was a …

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    Oregon Football Recruiting Analysis: How Does Autonomy Change the Recruiting Game?

    A widespread change might be in place for football. The National Collegiate Athletic Association recently voted in favor of giving the five “power conferences” autonomy, to allow the student-athletes to participate in governing the entity they are bound in playing for at a Division I …

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    Lane Johnson: Chip Kelly’s Secret Weapon in Space?

    Chip Kelly doesn’t just want his skill players to have speed. He places a high premium on athletic offensive linemen who can execute their blocks both at the line of scrimmage and in space. It is easy to see how Lane Johnson‘s rare athletic ability …

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    Like It or Not, the Pressure Is on for Mark Helfrich

    After just one season in which his team posted an .846 winning percentage, Mark Helfrich is under significant pressure from many fans who doubt his ability to lead the Oregon Ducks to a national title. Such is the life of a head coach of a …

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    Post Up: Oregon’s Winning Red Zone Pass Play

    With Eagles’ camp opening last Friday, it’s a great time to talk Oregon Spread Offense here in Philadelphia. The success of the Eagles in 2013 excited both the fan base and the local sports media. The extensive coverage of the Eagles, especially their offensive scheme, …

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  • Lane Johnson By Zennie Alexander E1406247093481

    Chip Kelly Update: A Few Minor Incidents

    There is really only one month a year that NFL football is not happening, and it just ended. Players returned for the start of training camp today, and reporters returned from their vacations on Monday with a bunch of interesting articles. NFL referees returned, too, …

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    Chip Kelly Journal — A Defining Moment: DeSean Jackson’s Release

    Conventional wisdom dictates that a Philadelphia Eagles team whose offense earned the second-highest total yards would likely stay the course with its current personnel. Anyone who made that assumption ignored the fact that Chip Kelly does not care about conventional wisdom. The release of DeSean Jackson, …

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    The Huff-Kelly Reunion

    It’s only year two of the Chip Kelly era in Philadelphia, and the Eagles have already overhauled their receiver group. They released three-time Pro Bowler DeSean Jackson and veteran slot receiver Jason Avant. They re-signed Riley Cooper and Jeremy Maclin. Then, they traded up in the …

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    Recruiting Update: We Got Ifo, Why Not Ofo?

    Football Recruiting Commitments Oregon received a startling, yet not necessarily unexpected commitment in recent visitor Alex Ofodile (4-Star/Columbia, MO/Rivals250). A mid-west standout at wide receiver, Ofodile made the trek out west to visit the Ducks this past weekend. “It was definitely where I felt most …

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