It was an anticlimactic end to the three-day whirl that started soon after Oregon's 35-17 Fiesta Bowl win over Kansas State Thursday night.
On Friday, Kelly met for seven hours with the Cleveland Browns. On Saturday, Kelly had a nine-hour sit-down with the Eagles. Somewhere in the there, he also found time to speak with the Buffalo Bills.
Sunday night, sources connected to Oregon and the Eagles confirmed an ESPN report that Kelly would remain in Eugene.
Mullens said renegotiation of Kelly's contract with the Ducks was not discussed, and he did not know the details of his coach's decision-making process. Kelly has not commented publicly on the matter.
Already there's speculation that he might be waiting for his "dream" job with the New England Patriots, a seat currently held by Bill Belichick.
Only Kelly knows, and he's not saying.
'Nova ends at No. 15. Villanova (8-4) finished 15th in the final Sports Network Football Championship Subdivision poll. North Dakota State (14-1) received all 142 first place votes as the No. 1 team in the nation. The Bison trampled Sam Houston State, 39-13, in the FCS title game on Saturday. Penn received 14 votes in the poll.
Delaware fires Keeler. Delaware announced that head coach K.C. Keeler had been let go.
Keeler, a former Blue Hens linebacker, was named head coach in 2002, replacing Tubby Raymond.
In 11 seasons at Delaware, Keeler posted a record of 86-52 with an NCAA Division I-AA national championship in 2003.
However, the Blue Hens lost their final four games in 2012, their longest losing streak since 1967.
Rocco to Richmond. Former Virginia starting quarterback Michael Rocco, who had been in contact with Penn State in December, is instead transferring to Richmond. Spiders coach Danny Rocco announced that his nephew will join his team next season.
Arkansas State wins. A bruising defense was the biggest factor in Arkansas State's 17-13 win over No. 25 Kent State on Sunday in the GoDaddy.com Bowl.