RENO, Nev. (AP) — Nick Rolovich, who orchestrated one of the top passing attacks in the NCAA as offensive coordinator at Hawaii the past two seasons, has been hired for the same job at Nevada.
Coach Chris Ault announced Wednesday Rolovich will serve as both coordinator and quarterback coach for the Wolf Pack. Ault says he watched the 32-year-old Novato, Calif., native develop first as a quarterback and then as part of the Warriors' coaching staff the last four years.
Last year, Rolovich implemented Ault's Pistol offense, which makes running a priority out of a spread formation.
Rolovich led the Rainbows to an 8-1 record as a starter in 2001. He played five years in the Arena Football League. He was quarterback coach at City College in San Francisco before joining Hawaii in 2009
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