@deductivewell they sure made the right choice with the guy after lavell
BleedCougarBlueChow is indeed a great OC, but being a head coach
takes a different skill set than does being an assistant coach. The fact that he
didn't land a head coaching position at another school after leaving BYU shows
that BYU made the right call not offering Norm BYU's head coaching position.
I think BYU fans should do the right thing and give Norm a Standing ovation when
the Utes take the field...lol
Why are Y fans so confident in a win? Doman is horrible to this point, and will
be going up against a very stingy defense. The Utes D is way better than Texas
and especially OlMiss. I would much rather have Chow calling plays than
"sweating bullets on the sideline" Doman. You can tell he is still
very nervous and isn't even close to getting a handle on things. It may take a
few years. Or Bronko may end up showing him the door. Doman, say
hello to Blechen and Lacy. Go Utes!!
"Chow will be up in the booth for the game, a place he said he likes to be
so he can take out the emotions of the crowd and focus on his task at hand with
a better view of the field."Bronco, please encourage Doman to
do the same.
Ute fans must be excited to see that this one will be broadcast on the WorldWide
Leader! You're welcome. Starting next week it will be a long season relegated to
Cougars will easily win this one.BYU 28Utah 3
That SOUNDS nice that Norm Chow is at peace with leaving BYU but come on. After
coaching there for almost 30 years, he claims he has ZERO feelings for coaching
there?I don't buy it.Don't get me wrong, I like Norm
Chow, and personally, I think he should have been offered the head coaching job.
But I think he's just trying to downplay his feelings for BYU. I'm not saying
he doesn't want to beat the tar out of us tomorrow but to say he has no fond
feelings or sweet memories of being involved with BYU for almost 30 years is
just silly.GO COUGARS!
Pac12ProudChow's last performance at LESBYU 59UCLA
0in a game that wasn't as close as the final score would suggestChow's current team is much more like the 2008 UCLA team than it is the
2004 USC team.
The BYU D will come up big. I can see the possibility of a goose egg in the
end.BYU 31utah 0
Re: scenic viewOr takes back his Jordan Wynn/Ty Detmer comparison
Chow is a first class coach and human being. He clearly enjoys the game and the
kids with whom he associates. scenic view | 11:01 a.m. Sept. 16,
2011 - Utah fans would love to see a Chow repeat performance, too...from 2004
when he was with USC!!Go Utes...Go Pac-12!!!!!
El Chango Supremo "Norm Chow is quite significant to the
history of BYU football. I think the school should honor him in some
way."Maybe when he retires.
I'm just glad we've got Norm Chow on our side of the field. He certainly beat
us often enough when he was on the other side.
Norm Chow is quite significant to the history of BYU football. I think the
school should honor him in some way.
BYU article would be titled, "Brandon Doman focused on conservative play
calls"Open it up Doman, you have nothing to lose!
I'm sure BYU fans feel the same way, focused on the game, not on return to
Provo. Grateful for Chow's contribution to BYU's legacy, but no feelings of
nostaligia for his return.For Utah fans, Chow's return to LES might
be new, but for BYU fans, this is just a repeat of the same coach/different team
from a couple years ago when Norm visited LES with UCLA.BYU fans
would love to see a repeat of that game tomorrow.