Gore, Rice run with alterations

Posted: February 2, 2013 at 4:25 a.m.

The San Francisco 49ers committed to the Pistol offense when Colin Kaepernick (7) took over at quarterback with seven games left in the season, forcing teammates, including running back Frank Gore, to adjust to a complicated scheme.

Running backs Frank Gore and Ray Rice spoke this week about adjustments, the way NFL teams don’t often reach their destinations without a few detours.


Baltimore Ravens running back Ray Rice (27) had a season high 30 carries in the Ravens’ second-round playoff game. (By: DARRON CUMMINGS) (Credit: AP)


San Francisco 49ers running back Frank Gore (21) averaged about 66 rushing yards in the final seven regular-season games, aft... (By: MARCIO JOSE SANDERS ) (Credit: AP)

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