Video: UH-Utah State Chow press conference

Coach Norm Chow talks after his team’s 35-14 loss to Utah State.


  1. 808 November 2, 2014 11:06 am

    The players played hard and they are resilient. We made mistakes and when you make mistakes against a good football team like Utah State, you cannot win…

    Well, 6-27 says it all. No need to go any further than his HC record.

    The players do play hard and they deserve better.

  2. Konaboy November 2, 2014 9:00 pm

    OMG, worst UH HC post-game conference ever. No answers on the field. No answers in front of the Mic. This is my last PPV season unless a coaching change is made.

  3. 808 November 6, 2014 8:03 pm

    At the end of Chow’s 5 year contract if he is still here, attendance will be less than 15K for home games.

    People can spend their discretionary money anyway they choose. It’s like trying a new restaurant. If the food and service is good, chances are you are going to go back to that restaurant to eat. If the food is horrible and the service is bad, you probably won’t eat there again. UH football is competing for our discretionary money. If the product on the field is good, consumers will buy tickets. If the product on the field is not good, then consumers won’t buy tickets.

    As to who is responsible for UH football, well UH admin is responsibe because they are vying for consumers money and it is up to UH administration to make sure they place a good product on the field so fans will buy tickets. The idea that fans need to do more is beyond reason.

    If a business is not doing well, it is up to the owner to improve service or close down. Consumers are not going to eat at a restaurant even though the food is bad just so the company can be prosperous.

    I go to 3-4 games a year because that is all I can afford. This year I have gone to one game. Simple, if you like the product UH football is putting on the field and if you can afford it, go to the game. If you don’t like it, don’t go. The responsibility is on UH administration to make sure UH football is attractive enough to make consumers use their discretionary money on football.

    The post press conference is sounding the same every game. If UH starts winning again, the fans will return.

    I will be listening to the game this Saturday. Let’s see what they can do against CSU.

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