Posted On: 06/25/19 7:18 PM

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Since former NFL quarterback Todd Bouman took over as head coach of Buffalo high school in 2014, they have had one of the most explosive offenses in Minnesota every year. There were serious aspirations of the Bison becoming a serious contender at the 6A level when Bouman arrived. They have not yet been able to find that level of success.

 

Buffalo's 2017 Season

When coach Bouman's son Aidan took over as the full time starting quarterback in 2017 as a Sophomore, you could really see Buffalo's offense starting to come into their own. In 2017 Aidan was really able to showcase his passing skills. The Bison were one of the heaviest passing teams in the state, throwing the ball 51% of time. In 2017 Buffalo's team struggled to put it all together, by putting up a 4-4 record. Although their record didn't show it, you clearly could tell the potential was there. As a Sophomore Aidan was able to lead the state in passing yards at 2,141. This lead to an early first round exit in the state tournament.

 

Buffalo's

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