Milem leads resurgence of Erie-Prophetstown football
ONE BIG STEP FORWARD
One of the biggest decisions Chuck Milem had to make this past season as Erie-Prophetstown football coach was second-guessed by a 5-foot-4, 120-pound kicker.
The Panthers and Morrison Mustangs were tied 28-28 with 23 seconds remaining in a game played Sept. 21 in Erie. Erie-Prophetstown had just scored a touchdown.
Milem had to decide whether to put the ball in the sure hands of junior quarterback Ethan Howard, or perhaps his battering ram of a fullback, senior Zach Inskeep, for a 2-point conversion try. There was also the safer option, at least by conventional football wisdom, of simply kicking the extra point.
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