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Reedsburg’s Rushing Attack Will Rely on Senior Quarterback (WI)


Reading the defense is the name of the game for Reedsburg’s triple-option offense, where a fullback lines up behind the quarterback while a slotback is usually sent in motion.

All eyes will be on senior quarterback Nathan Kruser (5-8, 175) to make the decision of handing off the ball, keeping it for himself or pitching it to the slotback. Kruser showed his agility last season, running for 238 yards on 77 carries while scoring three touchdowns along the way. Beavers coach Brian Pottinger said Kruser has worked hard in the offseason to perfect the triple-option and looks ready to go this fall.

“Nathan Kruser started a few games for us last year as quarterback, and you could tell the first day he stepped onto the field this summer, he’s really way ahead,” Pottinger said. “That’s always a good thing to have at the quarterback position in this kind of offense.”

While the return of Kruser is a plus, the Beavers will feel the loss of first-team All-Badger North Conference running back Dalton Hahn, who was Reedsburg’s go-to weapon last year. Hahn led the team in rushing with 641 yards on 146 attempts, scoring a team-high six touchdowns as well. The Beavers also lost Sam Dennis to graduation, who was second in rushing with 463 yards on 54 attempts and four touchdowns.

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