"That's been our strength over the years is that the guys in the system know the system. They know what we've been doing. They know what works," said Cacciatore.
At the same time look for this former Boylan fullback to revert back more to the old school Wing-T brand of Boylan football and a little less of the spread that we've seen the past few years.
"I'm a Wing-T guy and a Wing-T fullback going back to Coach Thumm way back when, so I have some Wing-T principles for me that I can't get away from," said Cacciatore.
Boylan's championship core is gone. There are plenty of holes to fill. But keep in mind Boylan's sophomore team went undefeated last year, so the talent keeps filtering up. One guy back though is DeMarcus Vines a big play threat at runningback.
"After the coaching switch and everything else we're just trying to come out and get back to the same place we were last year," said Vines.
Danny Appino, Sean Slattery and Peter Cimino will also see action at runningback. We could see a platoon at quarterback this year between senior Jake Sheley and junior Brock Stull.
"We've had some success here with rotating quarterbacks," said Cacciatore.
One of the Titans' biggest weapons will be kicker Sean Slattery. He can boom it with the best of them at this level.
"He makes our kicking game pretty special," said Cacciatore.
But it's the defensive side of the ball that the Titans take the most pride in. One of the leaders this year will be returning free safety Peter Cimino.
"I always have high expectations for myself," said Cimino. "I'm just going to come out every week and do what I can for my team."