Chris over at Smart Football (the most aptly named sports weblog ever, with the possible exception of Nick Saban's Internet Weight Room and Trattoria*) is using the offseason downtime to write a tutorial on the run and shoot offense, looking at its basic precepts and evolution. Part 1 is here.
As with most of Chris's posts, it is longish (like we have room to judge . . .), and will make you feel like you just went to a coaching camp. If you're into X's and O's like me, it's a can't miss. Admittedly, the last time we Georgia fans saw a team whose offense was labelled "run and shoot" the results were, well, less than intimidating. But Chris begins by breaking down the run and shoot on a theoretical level, and points out some of its concepts which have now been incorporated into other offensive archetypes ("pro-style", "spread", etc.). It's a great read if you want to be able to talk with your tailgate buddies about the distinction between the run and shoot and the Hal Mumme/Tony Franklin/Mike Leach "Airraid". And you know you want to. Look for successive installments shortly.
*I know, you're wondering why I didn't link to Nick Saban's home on the internet. The pigskin voyeur in you can't wait to watch video of Terrance Cody doing hang cleans with a Buick Enclave. Unfortunately, the site is down for maintenance and there's no telling when it will be back up, because, well, you know.