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The Ducks head coach has taken his squad to four straight BCS bowl games.
After flirting with multiple NFL head coaching vacancies it looks like the Oregon Ducks will still have their head coach for the 2013 campaign.
Hearing from more sources that Chip Kelly is in fact staying at Oregon. Still nothing official from him or the school however. So we'll see— Jason La Canfora (@JasonLaCanfora) January 7, 2013
La Canfora tweeted earlier he believed Kelly would be staying at Oregon based on what his sources were telling him. Some of the more powerful people at Oregon didn't understate Kelly's importance to the university, telling Rob Moseley Kelly's return would be "the greatest comeback in the history of Oregon."
Kelly began interviewing for head coaching jobs immediately following the Ducks Fiesta Bowl win over the Kansas St. Wildcats included reported meetings with the Cleveland Browns and Buffalo Bills. He's the first coach in NCAA history to lead his team to a BCS bowl in his first four seasons at the helm. The Bills reportedly hired Doug Marrone Sunday while the Browns have yet to fill their head coaching vacancy.
The Eagles parted ways with Andy Reid after 14 seasons and a Super Bowl appearance.