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Placekicking duties for WMU up for grabs
KALAMAZOO, Mich. (NEWSCHANNEL 3) - The WMU Bronco football team is hoping to get back to a bowl soon under new head coach P.J. Fleck.
One of the battles he's watching play out in camp is for the placekicking duties.
Incumbent Andrew Haldeman out of Wayland, is being pushed by freshman Brett Scanlon.
The Dowagiac native owns state records for most career PAT's and field goals, and had a 55-yarder, which is the longest in Michigan history.
Consistency will determine who wins the job, Fleck says, and he adds that it's a back and forth battle.
Scanlon also had interest from schools like Michigan State and Memphis, along with Ivy League schools, like Yale and Harvard.