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Wulff is familiar with run and shoot

PAUL WULFF

WSU'S OPPONENT on Saturday will throw frequently. That's because second-year Hawaii coach Greg McMackin retained the run-and-shoot offense featured under his predecessor, June Jones, now at Southern Methodist and whom the Cougs meet in Week 3. Wazzu head man Paul Wulff said Thursday he's quite familiar with the run-and-shoot.

Jones learned the offense as a quarterback at Portland State under Mouse Davis, who later coached the World League of America Football's New York/New Jersey Knights in the early 1990s. Wulff was an offensive lineman on that team. "When things are clicking, it can be very scary," he said. Wulff said the offense is simple from a conceptual standpoint, but that doesn't mean it's easy to stop...

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