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Oregon stays course with new head coach

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New Oregon head coach Mark Helfrich has talked to predecessor Chip Kelly a bunch of times since Kelly bolted to the NFL.
Kelly’s advice? “Be yourself,” Helfrich said.
Luckily for Ducks fan, when it comes to running a football program, there’s not much difference between the new coach, an affable Oregonian, and the old one, a wise-cracking New Englander.
“If I can be known as the guy who kept winning after Chip Kelly, I’m good with that,” Helfrich said.
The 40-year-old Helfrich is taking over after four seasons as Oregon’s offensive coordinator under Kelly, who left ...

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