July 29, 2015
RENO - Former Douglas high school quarterback Michael Nolting will play football for the Wolf Pack this Spring.
Joey Crandall, of the Carson Valley Times, is reporting that Nolting reached out to Nevada offensive coordiantor Nick Rolovich, who was impressed by his game tape from high school. The Pack was in search of another quarterback for Spring football, and Nolting was already attending the school as a student.
The 6-foot, 195 pounder last played football back in 2012, where he was a dynamic offensive weapon for the Tigers. He passed for 5,276 yards and 48 touchdowns in his two seasons as a starter. He also ran for 941 yards and 13 TD's.
Nolting will get the chance to prove himself when Spring football begins on April 2nd.
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