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  None of the four playbooks Guarantano had to master at Tennessee resemble the one he's learning now, but WSU coach Nick Rolovich believes a crash course in the run-and-shoot will be accelerated by Guarantano's experience running a variety of offensive systems. "Very mature kid as far as diving into the offense," Rolovich said. "I think he'd been through a bunch of change offensively in his past, even prior to college. I think he had a real good base of offensive schematics. He's able to translate a lot of the things we do and the things he's done. He doesn't fight it. I think there's parts of this offense that are intriguing to him because it is a little bit different than anything he's ever done."

Guarantano calls the run-and-shoot "a little tricky," but he's established an instant connection with QBs coach Craig Stutzmann - the first coach to reach out when Guarantano was in the transfer portal - and wide receiver Renard Bell commended the graduate transfer on his willingness to ask questions when there's a concept he's not familiar with. "He does a great job of managing his throws and trying to make the right read," Bell said. "If he doesn't, he asks questions." It didn't hurt that two WSU players, running back Max Borghi and center Brian Greene, connected with Guarantano immediately after he announced his commitment to the Cougars, helping the QB feel at ease with his choice. "Just hearing from those guys, those guys are really team captains, team leaders, it kind of helped with the transition a little bit," he said. "This is an older team, too, so there's not too big of an age gap between myself and those guys, but it was very nice to have those guys hit me up instantly as soon as I decided to commit here." - Seattle Times

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