Scouting the Opposition – UCLA

Posts Tagged ‘Chip Kelly’

Chip Kelly’s debut season did not go as expected, with the Bruins losing the first five games of a season for the first time since 1943, but hope springs eternal … Kelly: “I think our guys have made a lot of really good strides in the last year” … UCLA finished 2018 98th in scoring offense, and 100th or worse in most defensive categories …


Pac-12 Notes – Nebraska

//posted 9.8.2018

Arizona State a surprising 2-0 after upsetting No. 15 Michigan State; No. 10 Stanford derails No. 17 USC … UCLA covers the spread … but still 0-2 after 49-21 loss to No. 6 Oklahoma … Arizona falls to 0-2 after 45-18 loss to Houston …


January 31st Former Nebraska quarterback named offensive coordinator at Oregon Can’t get rid of this guy … From ESPN … Oregon has promoted former Nebraska quarterback Scott Frost to offensive coordinator under new coach Mark Helfrich. The move announced Thursday had been expected since Helfrich, the team’s former offensive coordinator, was made the Ducks’ head coach on Jan. 20. Frost will also serve as quarterbacks coach in his new role. The 38-year-old has been Oregon’s wide receivers coach for the past four seasons under coach Chip Kelly, who left the …


Pac-12 Notes – December

//posted 12.29.2012

Oregon’s Chip Kelly evasive on NFL openings … USC falls to Georgia Tech in Sun Bowl, 21-7 … USC WR Robert Woods declares for NFL draft


Pac-12 Notes – October

//posted 10.30.2012

Pac-12 Notes – October October 30th Colorado/Arizona game time set When you are no longer a draw, you are not ready for primetime … The time for the Colorado/Arizona game next weekend has been set. The Buffs’ final road game of the season will kickoff at 11:30 a.m., and will be nationally televised on FX. The remaining games on the Pac-12 schedule next weekend – Arizona State at USC; UCLA at Washington State; Oregon at Cal; Oregon State at Stanford; and Utah at Washington – will have to wait until …


No. 9 Oregon 45, Colorado 2

//posted 10.23.2011

The No. 9 Oregon Ducks made quick and light work of the under-manned and out-talented Colorado Buffaloes, sprinting to a 29-0 first quarter lead before settling for a 45-2 victory.

In handing the Buffs their worst home loss in four years, Oregon raced out to 293 total yards of offense in the first quarter, the second-highest total ever posted in one quarter against a Colorado team. On the day, Oregon posted 527 yards of total offense, more than double the 231 yard output of the Colorado offense.