"old heads" was a nice one I learned from my coaching mentor!!

Hey guys! I"ll try not to ramble, OK, i'll probably ramble some! Here is the scenario...

I have experience as a head coach going 5-25 running the base Delaware from 100-900, some 400-600. Focused on buck, belly, down, trap, XX and waggle (I'd say one of those is what we ran 85% of time). Of the 5 games we won we probably wouldn't have won 4 of them had it not been for our commitment to the Wing-T. However, looking back we could have been much more open with formations, motions and who carried the ball....buck/belly from empty would have been great with the QB we had. We ran waggle as a true run first play!

I might have the opportunity to coach again and I want to hit the ground running. Here is what i think will be the personnel set up...TRUE FB, athletic HB (power/not break away), solid TE 6-3 220, and a very athletic QB....line will be very young and inexperienced.

I've really got two questions
1) How do I start from scratch? I kind of feel lost. (if that makes sense)
2) What are 3 things you've learned in your coaching experience?

Any advice will be greatly appreciated,


Thanks Guys!