Long time admirer of the Wing-T offense, first time poster. I'm here because I eventually want to coach the Wing T offense and soak up as much information as possible. I'm going to give you the short version of where I'm at in my life right now.

I'm essentially a free agent for the 2nd time in my life (1st time was when I came out of college) in the coaching world at the ripe old age of 33. I coached under a man who ran the Wing-T offense of Dennis Creehan and I eventually will coach my own team using the Wing-T offense as well. I'm not a novice when it comes to the Wing-T but I simply want different perspectives on how to run it. My goal for the next year is simply to soak up as much information as possible to eventually have an opportunity to interview/coach my own program and be as prepared as possible to go from the guy who knows the basics of Wing T to becoming an "expert."

That's where you guys come in and why I've signed up for this forum. I'm essentially wanting to soak up as much information as possible. As much as I would love to go the National Wing T clinic this year, I cannot make it happen. However, I'm trying to squeeze out a few weekends in March to visit some camps in the midwest. (I live in Indiana.)

I recently watched ALL 7 of the Herky Billings Wing-T Clinic videos on YouTube and took a ton of notes and I really enjoyed a lot of that information.

I suppose my next question is this: What would you guys recommend for me to read to catch up on the recent innovations of the Wing-T? Should I simply start reading up on the Delaware Wing-T from Tubby Raymond? What are the best clinics to attend? Any and all info would be greatly appreciated from the resident experts on this board. I look forward to being active here for a while.

Thanks for your time,
118pass.