“I haven’t had to address it with the recruits right now,” Kelly said of the Ducks’ recruiting-service woes. “We’re coming off back-to-back Pac-10 championships as we move into a brand-new league with a brand-new television contract. It’s a bright future for us. We had a berth in the Rose Bowl (in the 2009 season). We had a berth in the national championship game, and I understand from the kids we’ve talked to, our recruiting is going very, very well.”
“I’m not concerned one bit,” said Tedford, the Pac-12’s longest-serving coach entering his 10th season in Berkeley. “We deal with probably four to five recruiting services per year. I wouldn’t know Will Lyles if he was in this room right now. … The reason we use those services is to make sure that we can be efficient with our time and our resources. I have no concern whatsoever about it. We have the videos, we have the prospect list, and so I have absolutely no concern about it.”
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