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Oregon's Kelly Balancing on Knife Edge

AP

If this was Chip Kelly’s last game at Oregon … if he has that overpowering itch to coach at the highest level of the sport … if he’s truly bound for Philadelphia, Cleveland or Buffalo … if he isn’t gunning for the raise to end all raises … or even if he’s getting out of Dodge ahead of the NCAA posse …

That’s a lot of ifs following Oregon’s 35-17 trouncing of Kansas State in the Fiesta Bowl. But if any of that is true, well, there are a couple of ways to look at it.

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