Pac 12 football Oregon: It was a long run and, thanks to traffic lights and pedestrians, not at his normal, fast pace.
That was a bit agitating to Oregon head coach Chip Kelly, who is used to doing everything — from offense to talking — at a speed most can’t comprehend. But just before meeting with the media in New York City as part of the East Coast stop of Pac-12 Media Days, the most intriguing coach in America was in a Nike t-shirt — of course — headed out of his hotel with a smile on his face.
Was he running away from something? Was he running just to clear his head? Perhaps he was already thinking about the first offensive plays for the season opener against LSU?
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