Loved this paragraph in an article about Keanon Lowe, who was a running back at Oregon for Chip Kelly.

Kelly taught his players that “pressure is what you feel when you don’t know what you’re doing.” He told them to never flinch, and when he left in 2013 to coach the NFL’s Eagles he promised he would always try to take care of his old charges. “That program molded my life and shaped my mentality,” Lowe says. “I’m glad Chip yelled at me. I deserved it. He taught me to act and not think.”

This is an incredible story about how the lessons learned from his coach – Chip Kelly – can have an impact on so many moving forward.

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