Beware Chip Kelly. Because he’s back, says ESPN.

“The question I’m getting most these days?” the 54-year-old asks.

“People seem to really want to know how I feel about returning to college football at UCLA. I’m excited to see a lot of old friends. I’m excited for the challenge of seeing how much the game has changed in the five years since I’ve been gone. I’m excited to coach games at the Rose Bowl all year. I’m excited to see which one of these five quarterbacks we have is ready to take charge. I think what I’m saying is that I’m excited. I’m pretty sure I just used that word six times in the last 10 seconds. Excited. OK, now that’s seven times.”

“Are you excited about my answer to your question?” he asks.

The college football world is certainly excited. There’s a flair that’s been missing from the game since Kelly left Oregon for the NFL in 2013, having just walked off the field of the Fiesta Bowl following another double-digit-win season and a second-place ranking in what appeared to be the final poll of his college head-coaching career, making it a perfect four-for-four in big-time bowl appearances.

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