The Florida Gators’ pursuit of Chip Kelly picked steam on Sunday. UF athletics director Scott Stricklin and school president Kent Fuchs were among of group of six who flew to Portsmouth, N.H., Sunday to meet with Kelly, according to The Associated Press. Stricklin and Co. flew out of Ocala early Sunday afternoon and arrived late Sunday night. Kelly was not with them. Stricklin told 247Sports, “We’ve got a process we’re going to.
Chip Kelly is not in Gainesville, and said he was not last week, either. Kelly appeared Sunday on ESPN’s SportsCenter in his role as college football analyst. When asked whether he was interested in the Florida Gators job many already have given him, Kelly joked, “Is this your way of firing me?”Kelly said whoever becomes the Gators’ next coach “will be really lucky.”“I think Florida is an outstanding program and has had so much success with Urban (Meyer) and Steve Spurrier,” Kelly said.
With one game to go, the Gators’ 2017 season soon will be in the books. Quarterback Feleipe Franks is not quite ready to turn the page. But forgive the redshirt freshman if he also looks ahead, just like everyone else in Gator Nation. UF’s next head coach is going to inherit a host of young players with experience and a hunger to put this season behind them, he said. “They just look at this one season and just they kind of judge off of it,” Franks said of those outside the program.
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