Hroniss Grasu: Chip Kelly Told Us to Keep This Journey Going, Stay Strong
After UO Athletic Director Rob Mullens addressed the media, it was the players who had a crack at it. Center Hroniss Grasu took the podium first, saying that Chip Kelly made him a better person and that he doesn't fault his now former head coach for wanting to coach in the NFL. "He wants to show himself and other people what he can do." Grasu talks about what's next for the program and how this can motivate the team.