Offensive coordinator, renowned as an innovative thinker, relishes the chance to build something from ground up at UCLA. This season, though, will offer a major challenge.
By Chris Foster, Los Angeles Times Staff Writer
August 24, 2008
UCLA's offensive coordinator leaned back in his chair. On Norm Chow's desk were two laptops. On the wall, a flat-screen television held the frozen image of Tennessee's defense. Small scraps of paper were scattered, each with the diagram of a play.
But the man with an obsessive eye for detail was perplexed.
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