June Jones is a good football coach and was able to run Norm Chow's offense successfully for many years. The one thing I learned about this offense is that it requires a special QB with a very quick "fast twitch" release, as they are relied on to make quick and decisive reads. This offense also takes each receiver knowing their individual role in the "scheme" and also reacting off of what alignment the defense gives them pre/post snap. The best QB to ever operate in the Run and Shoot was Colt Brennan, who took advantage of this high scoring offense, after spending time at the University of Colorado Boulder. Coach Rolovich also personally ran the run and shoot for Coach June Jones, as a University of Hawaii QB and will hope to pass his knowledge on to Sophomore QB Cole Mcdonald and the rest of the warriors offense. The run and shoot has seen new "zone blitzing" concepts that have nearly left this historic offense that was a product of the United States Football League (USFL). There have been many other variations of the run and shoot that have been implemented in other offenses like the "Air Raid" and other offenses that are pass heavy. If the proper reads are not made and/or the receiver and QB are not on the same page, this offense can also produce many turnovers. In high scoring affairs, defenses who can create the most turnovers for their team normally will reign supreme. I do however, think this match-up between the Warriors and the Rams is going to be extremely fun to watch on August 25th at Canvas Stadium
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