UCLA's Loss to Cincinnati Shows the Bruins Have a Ways to Go Under Chip Kelly
The Chip Kelly era started in Los Angeles with a sputter. Cincinnati, coming off a 4–8 season in 2017, went into the Rose Bowl and beat the Bruins, 26–17, on Saturday night. The two teams were tied at 17 for much of the third quarter, but Cincinnati pulled ahead and ultimately clinched the win on maybe the least thrilling of plays: a fourth-quarter safety. In a stadium where his Oregon teams experienced great success, the idea of Kelly coaching in the Pac-12 again was brought down to earth. The ...
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