Chow was a finalist in 1996 with Brigham Young

Updated: December 11, 2002, 8:41 PM ET
Associated Press

LITTLE ROCK -- Southern California offensive coordinator Norm Chow was picked Wednesday night as winner of the Broyles Award, given to the top assistant coach in college football.

Chow, 56, was the first assistant to be named a finalist for the award at two different schools. He also was a finalist in 1996 when he was with Brigham Young.

The No. 5 Trojans (10-2) play Iowa (11-1) in the Orange Bowl on Jan. 2. Chow put together the nation's 10th-ranked offense at 440.8 yards ...

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