MANHATTAN, Kan. - It's the end of the year and Collin Klein is up for a number of top awards as one…
Ducks Back To Work on Friday
Oregon will face Kansas State on January 3, 2013 at Phoenix College Stadium in Phoenix, Ariz.
Despite speculative rumors of Kelly taking a job in the NFL, the Oregon headman was reportedly in Portland visiting verbal commitments possibly including five-star running back Thomas Tyner from Aloha, four-star offensive lineman Evan Voeller and three-star offensive lineman Doug Brenner from Jesuit (Portland).
Oregon finished the regular season with an 11-1 record and were invited to the Tostitos Fiesta Bowl, marking the fourth straight BCS Bowl appearance under the Chip Kelly regime.
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