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2012 Mountain West Media Days: Nevada Wolf Pack

LAS VEGAS - OCTOBER 02:  Nevada Reno Wolf Pack head coach Chris Ault watches his players take on the UNLV Rebels at Sam Boyd Stadium October 2 2010 in Las Vegas Nevada. Nevada Reno won 44-26.  (Photo by Ethan Miller/Getty Images)
LAS VEGAS - OCTOBER 02: Nevada Reno Wolf Pack head coach Chris Ault watches his players take on the UNLV Rebels at Sam Boyd Stadium October 2 2010 in Las Vegas Nevada. Nevada Reno won 44-26. (Photo by Ethan Miller/Getty Images)
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Check out our Mountain West football media day section for all of our coverage on the event.

Another newbie into the Mountain West is the Nevada Wolf Pack who actually began the media days, and their head coach likes the move to the Mountain West since they get to be in the same league for UNLV as well as other new schools.

There was an issue with the microphones in the crowd so we did not hear the questions that were asked, so that makes breaking down this one in particular a little bit difficult.

Ault talked about wanting to play against UNLV at the end of the season when all of the rivalries are typically played. Plus, he talked about the offense and that they will not be utilizing the run-n-shoot just because they hired Nick Rolovich as offensive coordinator who had been at Hawaii. The pistol will still be the main offensive game plan.

There was also talk for some reason about not having Colin Kaepernick.

The best quote from Ault has to be this one:

"This is the first time in a while we haven't had a lot of all-conference players returning. We're going to be a brown bag program. We can't afford lunch pails, so we're bringing our brown bags. We need some of our young guys to step up and play."

Video is after the jump, trying to save you all load time since there will be 10 of these posted today.


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