Time on Wisconsin's Side in Rose Bowl

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This isn't a myth or a theory or conjecture or a hypothesis — it's the inconvenient truth.

Five of Chip Kelly's six losses as Oregon's head football coach have come when his opponent has had more than a week to prepare for the Ducks' rapid-waddle offense.

"It's an annoying little fact, isn't it?" Oregon guard Carson York said this week in advance of Monday's Rose Bowl.

The exception was USC's victory...

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