Here's a link to a Q&A with new Vandy offensive coach Herb Hand.
Don't know much about Tulsa? It's the smallest school in Division I. In 2008, while Vandy was beating Boston College in the Music City Bowl without scoring an offensive touchdown, Tulsa was setting the record for largest margin of victory in a bowl game with a 62-7 victory over Bowling Green.
In this interview, Hand talks about how he can adjust the spread to his best players. He talks about the importance of having an athletic quarterback, and that Vince Young would be his ideal college spread quarterback.
He says Tulsa ran and threw the ball almost exactly the same amount of plays, and that the key to having a good offense is being able to convert on 2nd and 10, which gives you the confidence to throw on first down and risk an incompletion. Has our offense ever thrown the ball on first down?
Anyway, click the above link and read more about Hand's offensive philosophy.