<font face="Comic Sans MS">Get an inductive timing light. Clamp the inductive lead onto any spark plug wire or the coil wire (secondary wire, not the primaries), hook the power cables up, and have someone crank the engine while you press the trigger on the timing light. If it flashes then you're getting spark and the coil isn't your problem.
When was the last time you checked the fuel filter? Is the fuel pump operating? Pull the fuel line at a good point and see if it's flowing enough. Did the truck flood out?
Check the condition of the plugs, wires, cap and rotor. The rotor might be burned through causing the spark energy to go right to ground.
Another very real possibility, especially if the spark shorted to ground through the rotor or similar path, is the ignition module. If you're not getting spark, you should have the module tested, some parts stores can do that (or it wouldn't be too expensive (about $10 or $15) to procure a new module to try it out. If you find that your old module was ok, toss that one back in and keep the new one in the glovebox for a spare... [img]/wwwthreads_images/icons/crazy.gif[/img]</font>