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January 20, 2008 at 11:35 PM

Neuheisel gets his dream staff

There were rumblings all along that this is what Rick Neuheisel promised to do if he got the UCLA job — hire Norm Chow as offensive coordinator and DeWayne Walker as defensive coordinator.
Neuheisel has apparently done just that, keeping Walker away from the Huskies a few weeks ago, and on Sunday, reportedly getting Chow in line as the Bruins’ new OC.
With Walker and Chow in the fold, some will be tempted to wonder if UCLA might not have the best coaching staff in the Pac-10. Certainly, it will only add to the excitement and expectations in Westwood and make the Bruins one of the most intruiging teams in the nation next season, let alone the Pac-10. Certainly, UCLA’s visit to Husky Stadium next Nov. 15 could hardly get any more interesting.

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