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Not Chip Kelly's typical post game interview

After the Oregon and Arizona state game last night, Chip Kelly had to remind a few students to quiet down.

After the Ducks 41-27 win, Kelly met Erin Andrews for the typical post game interview.

Just after the interview gets started, a few Oregon fans decided that they wanted their 15 seconds of fame.  In typical Kelly fashion, he turns and tells the rowdy group to quiet down.  We couldn't have said it better ourselves Chip.

 

Sunday TV

NFL day.

All times Eastern.

NFL:

Regional coverage on CBS and Fox for the 1pm and 4:15 games

Minnesota at Chicago - 8pm - NBC

College:

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High School:

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Most surprising 1 loss teams

Most of the games are in the books and here's a quick look at some of the surprising 1 loss teams at this point. Thankfully for them, Clemson isn't in this group; because they fought all the way back and beat Maryland 56-45.

Rutgers and Louisiana Lafayette stand out to us as two of the most surprising 1 loss teams. Schiano's guys are nearly dead last in rushing offense; but yet have wins over North Carolina Central, Ohio, Syracuse, Pitt and Navy.  How have they done it?  Coming into today's game, they were #1 in turnover margin.  Hudspeth's guys at ULL are 6-1, 4-0 in conference. Their national rankings won't amaze you; but in conference they are 1st in scoring offense, 3rd in scoring defense and 1st in turnover margin. 

USC and Washington are both 5-1 out west; but both are about to face some stiff competition over the next few weeks.  

Some post game comments from Greg Schiano below.

 

Tweet of the night

Oklahoma State beat Texas today 38-26. This was the first time the Mack Brown has ever lost the week following their game vs. Oklahoma.

Mike Gundy certainly has his guys playing at a high level.

Tonight, we noticed a tweet from Brett McMurphy who covers college football for CBS. 

Mike Gundy got win No. 40 Saturday since his "I'm a Man, I'm 40" rant. Before rant: 13-15. After: 40-14

MTSU offensive coordinator resigns

“I have resigned my position as offensive coordinator and running backs coach effective immediately for personal reasons. I feel this is in the best interest for me and the athletic department at Middle Tennessee. I need to focus on my personal matters and allow (head coach Rick Stockstill) to begin the process of moving his team forward. I love those players and want to wish them well.” With those words, offensive coordinator Willie Simmons stepped away from Middle Tennesse. 

Stockstill, who recruited Simmons to play quarterback at Clemson, said, "He is like a son to me and I will continue to support him through this difficult time in his life."

Simmons was on Stockstill's staff for the past five seasons and was serving as the offensive coordinator for the first time this season. 

The Blue Raiders are currently ranked 20th in the nation in total offense. They are off this weekend and return to action against FAU next Saturday. 

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