Ducks looking for answers
Troubled offseason has Oregon searching for answers on the field, redemption off it
EUGENE, Ore. -- Chip Kelly walks into a meeting room full of chattering Oregon players and says "Listen up." One beat, then quiet. These may be the so-called rogue Ducks of a lawless program who have tuned out the authority of a second-year head coach, but they've got the "hush when he enters the room" thing down pat.
James Harris, Oregon's life skills coordinator, steps to the lectern. He talks about how the program has resources to help players find housing outside of high-crime ...
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