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What makes the UH offense tick?


    When the run-and-shoot is at its best, the spread formation quarterback spreads the wealth to all four receivers — as well as the running back. Current Hawaii coach Nick Rolovich (above) passed for 34 touchdowns in 2001. But running backs carried for 12 more scores, as Thero Mitchell (nine TDs) and Mike Bass (three) combined for 1,273 yards from scrimmage and both averaged 5.2 yards per run.

It is simple yet complex. It is both old and new. It is dead, but lives on. Read more

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