Here are some facts and figures to check out regarding the Eagles' new head coach Chip Kelly ...
- Chip Kelly becomes the first head coach the Eagles have hired directly from the college ranks since Dick Vermeil left UCLA for Philadelphia in 1976.
- Kelly was 46-7 in 4 seasons at Oregon after taking over for Mike Bellotti. He is the first coach to make a BCS Bowl appearance in each of his first 4 seasons.
- Kelly is coming off his third straight 12-win season. The last coach to do that in a BCS automatic qualifying conference was Oklahoma's Bob Stoops from 2002-04.
|Before And After Kelly's Hiring At Oregon|
|4 Years Before Kelly||4 Years With Kelly|
|BCS Bowl App.||0||4|
|From College To The Pros|
|Coach||FBS Win Pct.||NFL Win Pct.|
|Chip Kelly, Eagles||.868||N/A|
|Pete Carroll, Seahawks||.836||.518|
|Tom Coughlin, Giants||.614||.555|
|Jim Harbaugh, 49ers||.580||.750|
|Greg Schiano, Buccaneers||.504||.438|
|Doug Marrone, Bills||.500||N/A|
|Kelly's Explosive Offense|
|25+-yard Pass Plays||220||1|
|25+-yard Run Plays||110||1|
|QB Foles At Arizona Vs. Oregon|
|2009||30-46||314||4/1||L, 44-41 (2OT)|
|Rushing From Oregon To Philly - Rankings Past Four Seasons|
|Rushing Yards Per Game||6th in FBS||5th in NFL|
|Yards Per Rush||1st||1st|
|Most NFL Offensive Plays - 2012|
|Oregon Ducks||1,077 in 13 games|
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