Chip Kelly keeps information limited in first camp at UCLA
LOS ANGELES (AP) — The waiting game at UCLA will continue.
New coach Chip Kelly said any decisions about personnel, including who will be the starting quarterback for the season opener against Cincinnati on Sept. 1, will not be made until after the Bruins conclude training camp Saturday.
Kelly has kept detailed information about the offensive scheme he will run and which players will operate it tightly controlled, even using the same quarterback groupings throughout training camp during the brief portion of practice open to reporters.
Even getting Kelly to acknowledge if he would like to have a starting quarterback decided by early next week was met with a flip response.
“We’re just hoping to make sure we all show up to play Cincinnati,” Kelly said.
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