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Neuheisel, Chow were without a QB

The coaches' inability to turn around UCLA could be directly tied to the signal-callers

Updated: November 9, 2011, 3:03 PM ET
By Ramona Shelburne | ESPNLosAngeles.com

The exact timing of when the label became permanently affixed to Norm Chow's name is unimportant ... whether it was after he tutored Carson Palmer or Philip Rivers or Matt Leinart. All that matters is that, within the college football world, Norm Chow is a quarterback guru.

Whatever he whispered turned college quarterbacks into NFL gold. It didn't matter the style. Steve Young, his first protege at BYU, excelled as a running quarterback. Palmer is a classic drop-back passer. Rivers ...

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