Before the game last night PC trotted across the field to greet Norm Chow. This raised eyebrows among the regulars in my section and unleashed a smattering of boos around the Coliseum. Scott Wolf commented on the encounter this morning:
Carroll was in a jovial mood before the game and sprinted across the field to greet his former offensive coordinator, Chow. Last year, they did not speak to each other before the game as Chow stayed on the UCLA side of the field.
But Carroll made sure he crossed the invisible boundary that separates the teams during warmups to greet Chow. There was a mixed reaction from the crowd who witnessed the greeting, perhaps a sign of their displeasure over Chow's forced departure following the 2004 season.
I am on record here as being firmly in the "NO, NEVER CAMP" along with Paragon; but with Norm Chow entering the last year of his contract, well... Let's just say that Norm doesn't have any Heisman hopefuls in his ucla stable, and Norm likes money, and it's going to run out pretty soon. Norm likes working with Slick but, how much ($$$) does he really like him?
Could it happen? NO, NEVER!