(Eds: With AP Photos.) By MICHAEL MAROT AP Sports Writer Pep Hamilton is giving the Colts' offense a bold, new look.
They have a fullback. They have Reggie Wayne working out of the slot. They have bigger offensive linemen protecting Andrew Luck.
No, it's not the trendy thing in a league now enamored with running quarterbacks and the read-option. But Hamilton, the offensive coordinator, is of like mind with the Colts' brass. He believes old-school football is still the most fashionable way to win a championship.
''I think we have to have a true sense of balance in our offense. We've got to be able to run the football as well as pass the football,'' Hamilton said as the Colts worked out at Anderson University. ''We're going to do whatever we need to do to score, ultimately. But being able to run the power schemes, being able to run the football, is a prize piece in our offense.''
Colts fans haven't heard those words in years.
Peyton Manning relied primarily on double tight-end, s...