College Football: Understanding Nevada's Pistol Offense

Contributed by: Todd DeVries
Last Updated: Jul 13, 2011 10:42 AM

It isnt often that a 64 year old is on the cutting edge of the football world, but Nevadas Chris Ault has become the trendiest college football coach in America. The reason? Aults brainchild, the Pistol offense. What is it? And where did Ault come up with it? Another big play for The Wolfpack has been there Horn Play, which is very simi

It isnt often that a 64 year old is on the cutting edge of the football world, but Nevadas Chris Ault has become the trendiest college football coach in America. The reason? Aults brainchild, the Pistol offense. What is it? And where did Ault come up with it? Another big play for The Wolfpack has been there Horn Play, which is very similar to the old Wing T buck sweep - no surprise because of Aults background with the Wing T. This play is always run to the tight end side (Nevada is a ....

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