UCLA QB's dad calls Chip Kelly 'lousy,' says Oregon success was 'fluke'

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The father of UCLA freshman quarterback Dorian Thompson-Robinson ripped into first-year head coach Chip Kelly on Sunday night in a string of tweets.

In response to a prominent UCLA blog, Michael Robinson called Kelly's coaching and play-calling "lousy," and said his success at Oregon was "simply a fluke."

Thompson-Robinson has endured a tough start to his college career. He's completed under 55 percent of his passes and has thrown two touchdowns against two interceptions in three games (two starts) for the winless Bruins.

The Las Vegas native was the No. 2 dual-threat quarterback recruit in the 2018 class.

Kelly came to UCLA in the offseason with a ton of hype after two failed stints in the NFL. He led Oregon to a 46-7 record from 2009-12, and took the Ducks to the 2011 BCS National Championship Game.

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UCLA QB's dad calls Chip Kelly 'lousy,' says Oregon success was 'fluke'
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