ASU Interested in Chow

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  1. A living legend. Staff

    SUMMARY: Arizona State University is supposedly interested in Titans OC Norm Chow to be their next head coach. According to sources, Chow has been contacted by ASU on the position. But Coach Jeff Fisher said yesterday he had not received any contact from the Sun Devils seeking permission to talk with Chow. "If there is any interest in any of our coaches, they would contact them, then the coaches would come to me about it, and no one has contacted anyone," Fisher said. "These coaches are here and want to be here." North Carolina State reportedly is interested in his services as well, but Chow said through a Titans spokesman Wednesday he hadn’t been contacted by the Wolfpack.

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  2. Riverman

    Riverman That may be.... Tip Jar Donor

    Wow. That solves alot of problems for our lack of O production.

    I had heard a few weeks ago FSU had Chow in a contingency plan.
  3. I hope Chow stays. I wouldn't want Young to have to change OCs so early in his career. What he needs most is stability in what he is told to do.
  4. Titansfan10

    Titansfan10 Camp Fodder

    i agree, chow needs to stay for VY's sake
  5. dg1979us

    dg1979us Starter

    I hope Vince gets at least one more year under Chow.
  6. PAtitansfan53

    PAtitansfan53 Kush & OJ

    We need Chow hear he has a long history of developing great QB's like steve young, phillip rivers, carson palmer and so on. Vince doesn't need to start from scratch again learning a new playbook and the O's production can't be all put on Chow he never really had great personel since he's been hear.You see VY improving every week because he's getting more comfortable with the system and Chow's tutledge.
  7. TitanJeff

    TitanJeff Kahuna Grande Staff

    Anyone remember how long Chow's contract was for? I would assume it would be at least three years.
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