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|Norm Chow appears to be on the way out at UCLA.|
Chow was considered a coup for the Bruins when he was hired in 2008. UCLA immediately began selling Neuheisel, Chow and defensive coordinator DeWayne Walker as the trio that would bring an end to USC's dominance in football and make the Bruins a power. The three were introduced in a coming-out ceremony during a UCLA basketball game in January 2008.
Only Neuheisel remains, and the Bruins are 15-22 in his three seasons.
UCLA made little effort to retain Walker, who left to become the head coach at New Mexico State after the 2008 season. Chow became the focal point of frustration by some high-end boosters after the Bruins finished this past season by losing six of their last seven games.