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After spending this season as an analyst, Chip Kelly is back to coaching in the PAC-12. Kelly has informed ESPN that he has agreed to become the next coach of the UCLA Bruins. Kelly agreed to take the job less than a week after the program fired Jim Mora as the head man. He was also being pursued heavily by Florida.
Kelly has coached football in college and the NFL, most notably at Oregon, where he amassed a 46-7 record using his lightning-fast offense to run up the score on his opponents. He also has an NFL regular season record of 28-35 in 4 seasons, three with the Eagles and one with the 49ers. Now back in familiar territory and likely to have a new quarterback with Josh Rosen expected to enter the NFL Draft, Kelly will have an opportunity to dominate College Football as he has done in years past.