SALT LAKE CITY — Norm Chow is changing Utah’s offense.
But talking about formations and verbiage, he said, is missing the point.
“The style doesn’t really matter,” the Utes’ offensive coordinator said. “What matters is that attitude: that I’ll make whatever style you want, work.”
The play-calling guru joins Kyle Whittingham’s staff after stops at USC, the Tennessee Titans and UCLA; the Bruins are still paying him $500,000 this year.
The Utah alum’s task is to put quarterback Jordan Wynn regularly under center, rather than the shotgun, and to instill more of a pro-style attack.
Read more about Utah, Chow and Wynn in Friday's Arizona Daily Star.