Tom Smart, Deseret News
SALT LAKE CITY — So much for the Norm Chow situation. The Utah offensive coordinator, who spent the previous three seasons with the UCLA Bruins before departing with a hefty buyout, wasn't seeking revenge Saturday at Rice-Eccles Stadium.
According to offensive lineman John Cullen that just wasn't the case..
"Coach Chow, he's been around a while, he's a real professional guy," Cullen said after Utah's 31-6 victory. "So he didn't ever give off that vibe, but you could tell there was a little more juice at practice. He was a little more on things. But he's been around forever. So it was good to get it for him. We know we liked it, but it was never like a said thing."
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