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Published: Friday, July 29 2011 1:00 p.m. MDT

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Irvine, CA

Can't wait to see Norm Chow's offense with Utah.

Whit may not have the "attitude" like Bronco and Cougars, but he sure has class. And so does Norm.

Utah is in good hands with BCS-caliber coaches.

Go Utes!!!

Salt Lake City, UT

Chow wasn't in control at UCLA. Whittingham made it clear that this is Chow's offense to run. K Whitt is a genius on defense and Chow has the potential to be just as effective. I hope Wynn can adjust. He stated he was a drop back QB in HS, so this likely will suit him better.

Kyle Whittingham and Norm Chow.

Wynn to Christopher.

Get used to it.

Iowa City, IA

And coach Roderick continue to grow in knowledge for when Chow calls it quits in a couple of years. Good setup.

Lehi, UT

Complete media hyperbole. About the second week in December it may be clear AFTER the games have been played what Norm Chow's impact on Utah will be. Until then topics like this on Utah, BYU, USU, and any other are nothing more than speculation. Give it up already! There is absolutely no relevance here.

Murray, UT

Chow should have hung it up years ago, I'm glad the utes have him, just means the offense is going to be that much more ineffective. There's a reason he's not at USC and UCLA any more.

Classless Ute Fan
Magna, UT


***There's a reason he's not at USC and UCLA any more.***

Yeah, he is not at USC because he took an NFL job. He is not at UCLA because of RN. Apparently, Rick butted heads with Norm and didn't let him run the offense. This is not really news. I think Norm Chow has a great football mind and will have success at Utah. Only the future can tell.

Go Utes!!!

Springville, UT

Nothing against Coach Chow personally but judging by the lack of comments of support it would appear that the Ute fans have little to say about his impact.

Most of them are on BYU stories commenting this week. ha ha!

Go Cougars!

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