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Chip Kelly has not had a lot of luck with the quarterbacks early in his return to college football coaching at UCLA.
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Mad Chatter: How Tom Osborne and Nebraska barely eluded the biggest voting scandal in college football historyOmaha World-Herald5 days ago
In 1997, Nebraska edged Michigan in the coaches poll and earned a split national championship. What went overlooked was the rogue voter who nearly toppled the system.