Aquinas expanding offensive playbook for consistent domination

Aquinas Football is one more win from playing at Camp Randall for its first state title since 2007.

Even as the playoff matchups get harder on paper each week, the Blugold offense continues to blow teams out; they have scored at least 30 points in each playoff game to this point.

The reason behind the consistent domination is offensive coordinator Steve Kramer still expanding the playbook to around 50 plays. For each opponent he’s watching hours of film and diagraming new plays to beat those specific looks.

“We probably started with like 15 base plays, and every week we add like five plays,” said wide receiver Quinn Miskowski. “Now we have all kinds of different concepts and schemes, either three running backs in the backfield…[quarterback] Jackson [Flottmeyer] split out wide, we have all kinds of things. We can attack a team any kind of way.”

For the season, the Aquinas offense is averaging over 45 points a game and totaling 4,324 yards and 65 touchdowns. They play their Level 4 matchup Friday night in Wisconsin Rapids against 10-3 Wittenberg-Birnamwood.