Nevada Wolf Pack’s pistol offense helps put them in AP poll for first time since 1948

The Nevada Wolf Pack under College Hall-of Famer coach, Chris Ault have won their first 4 starts and are now ranked in the AP Top 25 for the first time since 1948!

Coach Ault is noted for the pistol offense that he invented back in 2005.  The pistol offense is similar to the shotgun except the QB lines up in a short shotgun, a few yards distant behind the center, and the tailback is behind the QB.

Nevada’s QB Colin Kaepernick seems to have mastered the pistol and has championed the Wolf Pack’s potent offense over the last 3 and a half years.  They are averaging an amazing 44.8 points per game going into October!

Perhaps we’ll see more of the pistol in the NFL.

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