I think that we should share as much as possible our setups vs each opponent and try various things with knowledge beforehand.
For me, I'll be sticking with D3 and D2 teams where I have most of my current experience. I plan on having two teams I hope. One of them will definitely be wishbone and 4-3/Nickel based. The other will be Trips/I-Formation and 4-3/Nickel based.
My primary goal will be to test the wishbone in all combinations available. My secondary goal will be to test defensive settings. I figure there will be plenty of folks testing Trips, I-formation and defenses....so my contribution will be mostly the wishbone stuff, since there are not that many coaches that run it significantly.
I have tons of data from past seasons and I'll likely be measuring a new data set against my historical data to see how it compares. The biggest thing I want is that when I choose to run inside.....I want the engine to run it inside (at least way more often than it does now). Same thing with outside running.
It strikes me that we need LOTS of data to tell us any information. To do that, I would suggest that coaches set up simple game plans at first....like Pro Set Always Run Outside....or something like that....with the opposing coach running Nickel, blah, blah, blah....then the next game change it to Pro Set always pass vs...Nickel, blah, blah, blah
We probably need some coaches who are willing to do tests like that along with some other coaches who would play a more realistic game approach on both sides of the ball. We need to see what the engine will do at the individual play level as well as how it performs in an overall complete game setting.