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Utah Utes football: No vengeance from Norm Chow

Published: Sunday, Nov. 13 2011 12:41 a.m. MST

Offensive coach Norm Chow as the University of Utah team warms up before playing UCLA in PAC 12 football Saturday, Nov. 12, 2011 in Salt Lake City,  Utah. (Tom Smart, Deseret News) Offensive coach Norm Chow as the University of Utah team warms up before playing UCLA in PAC 12 football Saturday, Nov. 12, 2011 in Salt Lake City, Utah. (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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