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Dodd
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Where do you see Chip Kelly in 4 years?


I really see this NFL experiment being short lived and could see him at one of the top SEC schools. Any thoughts?

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bddwolfpack
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re: Where do you see Chip Kelly in 4 years?


NFL





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JBeam
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re: Where do you see Chip Kelly in 4 years?


If it doesn't workout in the NFL. He'll be the UT of A head coach.





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Louisiana State University!







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SDVTiger
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re: Where do you see Chip Kelly in 4 years?


He will take over Mizzu or Florida





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oak71
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re: Where do you see Chip Kelly in 4 years?


Taking over at South Carolina when Spurrier retires.





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JBeam
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Mizzu or Florida


talk about polar opposites






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Dodd
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re: Where do you see Chip Kelly in 4 years?


He fricked up not waiting for UT-A. That job will be open in 2014. Maybe he takes it anyways...even if a short timer in the league.

My guesses:
LSU
USC
Texas
Florida






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bamafan425
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re: Where do you see Chip Kelly in 4 years?


Texas.

Oklahoma State.

I think he avoids the SEC.






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1999
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re: Where do you see Chip Kelly in 4 years?


i think he'll want a shot at the SEC.

luck of the draw who gets him though.






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JBeam
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re: Where do you see Chip Kelly in 4 years?


UTA is the perfect fit for him.

While at Oregon he already recruited the state of Texas hard anyway.






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tigerpimpbot
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re: Where do you see Chip Kelly in 4 years?


Getting in a fight with his ex for putting too much soy sauce on a plate of rice.





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JDM1992
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DrakeLSU
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I mentioned it about 3 weeks ago. Arkansas will fire Belima the same time Chip Kelly gets canned in the NFL. Match made in heaven for hog fans.





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Dodd
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re: Where do you see Chip Kelly in 4 years?


Is he playing with SEC players with his current SEC record? Dude would run Sumlin out of town if he were recruiting Southeast Texas for LSU.





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JBeam
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Ignore the overall record and look at his SEC record. It's terrible

this is your argument for him not being allowed in the SEC? What a joke.






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JDM1992
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Jones
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Ignore the overall record and look at his SEC record. It's terrible



this logic is terrible






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ZTiger87
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re: Where do you see Chip Kelly in 4 years?


LINK





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kingbob
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re: Where do you see Chip Kelly in 4 years?


back in college football as a head coach or in the NFL as an offensive coordinator





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