CT doesn't usually comment on older workouts of his so, I will try too again. If you want more upper back then add some upper back into the workout. Now you can't just add a whole new superset because he wrote the program like that for a reason, don't frankenstein it.
A lot of his workout don't usually have a ton of rowing into I noticed. I love upper back training. I'm more in the defranco side of chest and back training methods than his. You train the chest like a powerlifter, back like a bodybuilder (sorry CT just what I like). But CT's workouts have got me the most results so I typically follow his plans more closely and add this method below to my workouts.
What you can do if you want to work more back is add a single exercise everyday. Joe DeFranco wrote this article https://www.defrancostraining.com/ask-joe/41-strength-training/303-3-weeks-to-a-jacked-upper-back-.html
Incorporate this schedule and you should be alright with upper back development.
If you still don't like it. Change workouts. Not every workout he writes is gonna fit your needs. Looking through it quickly, it is similar to Westside For Skinny Bastards Joe DeFranco wrote about. There is three different versions. It worked for me when I was 160 and gained like 30 lbs in a 4 months or so. He adds more upper back but no heavy overhead presses. So there is a trade off.