Chances are that you've heard the NFL might be after Chip Kelly as soon as the Fiesta Bowl wraps up Oregon's season. If not, you need to engage more in the world around you.
Many Duck fans have moved on emotionally to 2013, trying hard to imagine "The World Without Chip." If Kelly bolts, who will be his replacement? Will it be next-guy-up, Mark Helfrich? Will athletic director Rob Mullens (Phil Knight) pull a shocker? Jon Gruden? Kevin Sumlin? Lane Kiffin? (That was a joke.)
As crucial as who the next Oregon head coach might be, what happens to the Ducks' excellent cadre of assistant coaches is equally important. Will Kelly lure any with him? Will any decide it's time to look at other opportunities while they're hot?
I've decided to approach this piece utilizing the "Oh, no" methodology. In case you don't know what I'm talking about, that's when you log on to your favorite Ducks website, or open your favorite morning newspaper, read a Ducks headline and go: "Oh, no!"
Like the day you heard about Kelly's flirtation with the Tampa Bay Buccaneers, or the morning after Cliff Harris was stopped going 118 mph on I-5.
Here is the "Oh, no" approach applied to power ranking Oregon's assistant coaches.