The New York Times has recently released an article about The Pistol Offense, an offense created Chris Ault, the University of Nevada Head Coach. The offense was named “The Pistol Offense” because it is run out of a formation shorter than the shotgun. Ault’s former offensive coordinator, Chris Klenakis (now at Arkansas), produced three instructional DVDs titled:
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The University of Nevada led the NCAA FBS in Rushing Offense during the 2009 season. Chris Klenakis‘ offensive squad utilized the Pistol Offense to average 344.9 rushing yards per game and 7.4 yeard per carry. The Wolfpack also became the first team in Division I history to have three 1,000 yard rushers in one season! Interested in learning the attack? Check out the instructional football DVDs below to learn how to incorporate Nevada’s Pistol Offense within your team!