PFT on NBC Sports Network: Chris Ault, Tim Brown


49ers quarterback Colin Kaepernick is one of the fastest rising players in the NFL and his college coach will stop by Pro Football Talk on NBC Sports Network to talk about his former pupil.

Chris Ault, who recently stepped down as the head coach at the University of Nevada, will join Erik Kuselias to talk about Kaepernick’s rise to quarterback of the NFC champions. Ault will also talk about the rise of the Pistol formation, which he created and brought into the limelight at Nevada.

Kuselias will also talk to former Raiders wide receiver Tim Brown. Brown raised some eyebrows this week by saying that former Raiders coach Bill Callahan “sabotaged” Super Bowl XXXVII with a late change to the game plan. Some other former Raiders have offered rebukes of Brown’s allegation and others have backed him up. We’ll try to get to the bottom of it on Tuesday.

Mike Florio, Ross Tucker and Shaun King will also be on hand to talk about everything you need to know from around the NFL. The Super Bowl, Tony Gonzalez’s potential retirement and much more will be on the docket.

It all gets started at 5 p.m. ET on NBC Sports Network.

2 responses to “PFT on NBC Sports Network: Chris Ault, Tim Brown

  1. The Chris Ault tour has been strong here in Northern California and now it is going nationwide. Good for him, he did invent it and deserves credit. All of the teams employing the pistol version of the read option owe a tip of the cap to Mr. Ault. He obviously did a phenomenal job with Kap.

    A guy trying to steal a little limelight during Super Bowl build-up week, Tim Brown, should be ignored. It really isn’t that interesting to hear a guy bash his coach 10 years later. If he did it a few years after the game I understand it, but it seems like someone was feeling a little lonely and needed some media attention. Well Tim, don’t come this far without going all the way…give us the juicy details of how Mr. Davis ran his shop.

  2. Please ask Chris Ault if he would be interested in becoming the running game coordinator of the Houston Texans. Our offense needs the pistol formation and some scheme diversity with some formation flexibility.
    Hopefully, Bob McNair will follow in Jerry Jones footsteps and strip the head coach of the playcalling duties. I wish I knew why Bob loved Matt Schaub and Gary Kubiak so much. Those two are preventing the Texans from winning the Super Bowl.

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