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Published December 30, 2013
GIVE IT THE OLD COLLEGE TRY: ESPN’s Merril Hoge said of college coaches moving to the NFL, “The success rate hasn’t been very good, but I think (Eagles coach) Chip Kelly gives you a little bit of hope that it looks like some guys can transition to the NFL.” ESPN’s Ron Jaworski added, “Kelly has revolutionized what sports teams are now doing with his training, how they practice, how they eat, getting proper sleep, all those things we talk about. Chip Kelly has come in and done things differently and the impact has been very profound in Philadelphia” (“SportsCenter,” ESPN, 12/30).