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January 16, 2013 at 5:28 PM

Wednesday night update

Catching up on a few things on a busy day in college football news. …

— There are no shortage of updates out there on Chip Kelly’s departure. Here’s the latest story from The Oregonian and the Eugene Register-Guard. ESPN.com’s Ted Miller looks at what Oregon does now. As Miller notes, offensive coordinator Mark Helfrich is considered the odds-on favorite. But Oregon state law also requires at least one minority get an interview.

— Miller also  has this looking at Kelly’s Oregon legacy.

Jon Wilner wonders if Oregon will be able to keep up its success as easily as did Stanford when Jim Harbaugh left, and also has this reaction.

— SI.com’s Stewart Mandel says Oregon will have a tough time replacing Kelly.

— SaturdayBlitz also examines the potential ramifications of Kelly’s departure.

— Athlon’s says Kelly’s departure significantly impacts the Pac-12 race in 2013.

— Here’s a story on the offense Kelly inherits with the Eagles, which includes a mention of Chris Polk, the one Husky on the Philly roster.

— SportsOmaha.com “clears the air” on Elijah Qualls’ decision to cancel his Nebraska visit and remain 100 percent committed to UW.

Reuben Foster talked about his recruitment today but didn’t offer any  specifics and said a decision is still a few weeks away.

Eddie Vanderdoes will visit Alabama this week.

— I’m sure you’ve probably all seen this Deadspin piece on Manti Te’o that is pretty much the talk of the sports world right now. One of the subjects involved is a distant relation to Marques Tuiasosopo, who is named in the story. But it’s noting again that’s all it is.

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