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SANTA CLARA, Calif. -- One day after his father was buried in San Francisco 49ers gear out of devotion to his son, coach Chip Kelly invoked a lesson in loyalty from his dad in explaining why he didnt leave for the head-coaching job at the University of Oregon.I think with all those questions, and hopefully this is the end of it for me, is that I will never leave my job for another job while a season is going on, Kelly said. I dont think thats fair. I didnt do it when I was in college. I never talked to anybody in the National Football League until after our bowl game was over.I think in the NFL they have a great rule; youre not allowed to leave your job. If youre in the playoffs you cant go until your season is done. Its tough with the cycle that goes on in college. So, when Ive said that Im not going back to college, theres never going to be an opportunity for me to go back to college, because I have a job. I will not leave a team with three games to go because I got a bigger, better deal somewhere. Thats not the way Im wired and thats not what I would ever do.The way Kelly is wired is a reflection of E. Paul Kelly, his 87-year old father who died Friday night and was laid to rest in Portland, Maine, on Tuesday afternoon.Thats one thing I did learn from my dad, Kelly said. They (the 49ers) made a commitment to me. I made a commitment to them. Im not searching around and looking for other jobs while I have a job. I have a job to take care of, and I would be disingenuous and wouldnt be loyal to the players I coach, and those are the most important people that I deal with on a daily basis. I talk to them about making sacrifices all the time and being all-in and doing all that, and then Im looking to try to go find a job while all this is going on?I will never leave my job. I never have in the past and Im not going to leave my job if I still have games to coach. Thats what my deal is. I have a commitment. I learned that from my father. We can talk about my dad. I made a commitment to -- whether it was a university I was at, I made a commitment to a football team that I was at, and I just wont do that.Despite rampant speculation to the contrary, Kelly insisted for the better part of the past two months that he didnt have any interest in returning to Eugene to coach the Ducks despite his past success there and the Niners current struggles.Since the 49ers are 1-11, amid an 11-game losing streak, Kelly would have had reason to depart for a better situation. But he made it clear Wednesday that he had no interest in following in the footsteps of former Atlanta Falcons coach Bobby Petrino, who left for Arkansas with three games to go in the 2007 season.Before Wednesday, Kelly had mostly stuck to simple a no when asked about his interest in Oregon or any other coaching vacancy, but he had never so forcefully and thoroughly explained why.After Oregon on Wednesday morning?tabbed South Florida coach Willie Taggart to replace Mark Helfrich, Kelly was compelled to go in-depth about how he disagrees with the idea of abandoning a team in the middle of the season for another job.I could never look (safety) Antoine Bethea or (tackle) Joe Staley in the face again and talk to them about commitment, and then if I was the guy that had a job that was offered that I thought was better than the one I had and I took off on them with three games to go, thats just not the way Im wired, Kelly said. I think some guys do it. I would never do it.I dont know why college questions ever come up with me because I would never leave my players before the season ended, and thats what Ive said all along and thats the way Ill always be. So if that precludes me from ever being involved in a college job, then that precludes me from ever being involved in a college job. So hopefully you guys dont ever have to ask that question again.Kelly returned to the Bay Area on Tuesday night after attending his fathers funeral. His players greeted him warmly?Wednesday. Kelly stopped to give a few players a hug as he walked on the field for practice.Minutes earlier, Kelly shared fond memories of his father, providing a rare glimpse into a private life he has doggedly protected.My dad is loyal now, Kelly said. He knows where his son was. So he actually got buried in 49ers gear. He did not want to wear a suit in the coffin. 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Using his superior athleticism, St-Pierre cruised to a five round, unanimous decision victory setting up a much-anticipated title defence against number one contender Johny Hendricks. RIO DE JANEIRO -- The roads of the Deodoro twist and turn through residential areas, past markets where locals eat lunch outside and parks where children fly paper kites.Grassy hills frame the region to the north and creeks weave through the middle, around ramshackle homes shrouded in trees.Joggers mix with dog walkers and mothers pushing strollers down the sidewalks, passing groups of military personnel every few hundred yards.The Deodoro cluster of venues is one of four at the Rio de Janeiro Games, but it is a world apart from the hustling, bustling clusters near the coast.Its little a bit calmer than the other venues, said Fernando Gomez, who lives in Belo Horizonte, about five hours north of Rio. Both are good places to be.The Copacabana cluster is the most attractive and famous cluster, its beaches and iconic views of Sugarloaf Mountain and Christ the Redeemer. The Barra cluster is the heart of the games, home to the main Olympic Park. Maracana is in a dense urban area with the Marcana and Olympic stadiums that hold track, soccer and the opening and closing ceremonies. Fans could also have gone to the nearby the Sambodrome -- the center of Rios Carnival celebration -- to see archery.Deodoro is far more inland than other three clusters, north of Barra, northwest of Copacabana and Maracana. Most of the venues are on the grounds of an army facility, home to the largest concentration of military personnel in Latin America with 60,000 troops.And it seems more like a military base than an Olympic park, with troops standing on tanks scattered among the venues and chanting cadets occasionally run shirtless through the streets in formation.Deodoro hosts 10 sports: equestrian, mountain bike and BMX racing, modern pentathlon, shooting, whitewater canoeing, field hockey, rugby and the womens basketball group stage games.Deodoro Park has venues for field hockey, rugby, basketball and modern pentathlon. The Olympic Shooting Centre is just across a highway, accessed through a tunnel.Whitewater Stadium and the Olympic BMX Centre are carved out the side of hills a few miles away in the Olympic X Park, with the mountain bike track just to the west. TThe Olympic Equestrian Centre is just a few miles south of X Park.ddddddddddddDeodoro Stadium was rowdy for big rugby games, as was Whitewater Stadium. The Youth Arena had a great atmosphere throughout, particularly when Brazil played, and the BMX center figures to be rocking when it starts on Wednesday.Everything else is well, a bit more chill, the crowds smaller than the other clusters.The stadiums for field hockey and rugby were less than half full for most early-round matches. Equestrian -- except for a capacity crowd on Sunday -- has been about a third full most days, though the Brazilians are passionate about show jumping, roaring whenever a horse clears an obstacle.The shooting center had an air horn blaring from the stands the first day and Brazilian fans serenaded mustachioed independent athlete Abdullah Al-Rashidi with a chant of Ole, ole, ole, mustache in Portuguese the final day. The crowds in between were mostly smaller and less vocal.Deodoro Park has a large area between the venues with a beer garden and picnic tables set in a strand of trees. Hundreds of fans gather daily at the tables or lay in the grass, some leaning against the trees to take a siesta.The park can fill up quickly when theres a big game or multiple sports going at the same time, though theres usually just a scattering of people across the grounds.The area around Deodoro Park is bustling during the day, but restaurant and bar options are limited. Its also not the safest place to walk after dark, particularly alone.A creek runs through the grounds, but its not a great addition; the polluted water appears to have the consistency of oil and its stench can carry to the far reaches of the park.Deodoro is definitely unlike the other clusters at the Rio Games, but thats not necessarily a bad thing. Just different.At Copacabana, you are inside of the city, you have people walking around, coming from different places, said Gomez, who traveled to Rio to see the Olympics in his home country. We have a little bit more space here. I like it. ' ' '

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