Chow wins Broyles Award

USC offensive coordinator Norm Chow was named Wednesday night as the winner of the Frank Broyles Award as the top assistant coach in college football. Click below for details.

Chow was presented the award in Little Rock, Arkansas after the Trojan offense ranked #10 in the nation with over 440 yards per game. The emergence of Carson Palmer in the 2nd year under Chow saw Palmer set numerous records and place himself in consideration for the Heisman Trophy.

Chow was also a finalist for the award in 1996 when he coached at BYU. Other finalists this year included Notre Dame DC Kent Baer, Ohio State DC Mark Dantoinio, Boise State OC Chris Peterson and Georgia DC Brian VanGorder.


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