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Tuesday, December 20, 2011

The time is Chow

It's time to Chow down.
It's Chow time.
Chawan Cut? More like Chow won coaching job. You're welcome.

The Star Advertiser reports that Norm Chow is in final negotiations to be UH's next football coach. The story is moving rapidly, so it may be official by the time you read this.
The University of Hawaii is reportedly prepared to pay Norm Chow $600,000-$800,000 per year for up to five years to become its new head football coach, the Star-Advertiser has been told.

Chow has been chosen to succeed Greg McMackin, whose salary was $1.15 million per season and negotiations on a contract are underway today. UH officials authorized athletic director Jim Donovan to begin negotiations Monday night.

A person familiar with negotiations but not authorized to speak for either party said "the salary for (Chow) won't be the hold up. Talks are more about what the assistant (coaches) will get. He's focused on trying to put together a staff."


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