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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We have recently released three new football DVDs from the inventors’ of the Pistol Offense (University of Nevada)! The Pistol Offense is easy to implement, versatile, and explosive! The Pistol is a combination of the traditional shotgun and singleback offenses, created by Chris Ault. Ault and his offensive coordinator, Chris Klenakis, have created an offensive threat at the University of Nevada. In 2008, Nevada ranked 3rd in the NCAA in rushing offense and 5th in total offense. These highly informative DVDs were shot at the University of Nevada and contain extensive game footage, practice footage, markerboard diagramming and more!