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Topic - Jon Hays
Quarterback Jon Hays said he hadn't talked with Chow, but said the coach had a big impact on him.
"He's the one who brought me here. I can't thank him enough for the opportunity he's given me," Hays said. "He's a great coach and great person. That's all I can really say."