NASHVILLE, Tenn. (AP) -Tennessee offensive coordinator Norm Chow pulled his name from consideration for UCLA's head coaching job Thursday.
Chow interviewed for the job last weekend while in Kansas City, the night before the Titans' 26-17 victory over the Chiefs. He said he appreciated UCLA's interest and the chance to speak about the job.
``While I was told that our meeting went very well, I was given no indication as to what their final decision will be, or what their timing is to make that decision,'' he said in a statement.
``Nevertheless, I have decided not to pursue things further with UCLA at this time. My focus is on the Tennessee Titans and preparing our team for a chance at the playoffs.''
The Titans (8-6) must win their final two games and need help elsewhere to clinch their first playoff berth since 2003.

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