The Nevada Wolf Pack's pistol offense is alive and well.
"The offense played real well," head coach Chris Ault said after the Wolf Pack's annual Silver and Blue Spring Game Saturday morning at Mackay Stadium. "All three quarterbacks did a real nice job in all phases."
The offense won the 86-play scrimmage, 43-26.
"Defensively, we weren't ready," Ault said. "We didn't play well."
The passing offense shredded the defense, completing 28-of-32 passes for 233 yards. Starting quarterback Cody Fajardo was 19-of-22 for 155 yards, Tanner Roderick was 5-of-6 for 61 yards and Devin Combs completed all four of his passes …