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Andy ReidRob Carr/Getty ImagesChiefs offensive tackle Eric Winston expresses his excitement over the hiring of Andy Reid.

Friday, Scott Van Pelt and Ryen Russillo discussed Chip Kelly's coaching future, Andy Reid's hiring by the Chiefs and more. Listen to the best highlights of the show below!

Chiefs offensive lineman Eric Winston expresses his excitement about the Chiefs' hiring of Andy Reid, talks about what went wrong in Kansas City this year, the team's quarterback situation and more. Listen

Flock party - Scott Van Pelt and Ryen Russillo discuss Oregon's dominant performance in the Fiesta Bowl, wonder what the future holds for coach Chip Kelly and debate whether or not Kelly's offensive system would be successful in the NFL. Listen

ESPN.com director of college scouting Todd McShay dishes on what Chip Kelly will have to change the most if he goes to the NFL, says he believes Kelly will be successful in the NFL, comments on why Bill O'Brien has been a hot name, talks about the matchup problems Notre Dame presents for Alabama and more. Listen

Sports Illustrated's Andy Staples talks about what may happen to Oregon if Chip Kelly leaves, explains why Nick Saban is the most irreplaceable coach in college football and says he believes Alabama will beat Notre Dame on Monday. Listen

ESPN NFL Insider Chris Mortensen gives his insight on the possibility of Chip Kelly going to the NFL, explains why Bill O'Brien elected to stay at Penn State, talks about the fit between Andy Reid and the Chiefs and more. Listen

Scott Van Pelt and Ryen Russillo peer into their crystal ball in an attempt to write Monday's headlines on Friday. The guys also get a visit from friend of the show, ESPN Deportes' Kenneth Garay. Listen

Winners! - Keep up with Scott and Ryen's picks in this week's edition of Winners »

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