Despite winning just 6 games last season, the expectations are as high as ever for head coach Marty Hingst and the Milford Eagles.
Milford reached the state playoffs last season before falling to Arlington in the first round.
Hingst, enters his 35th season as head coach welcomes back 14 returning starters this season including fullback Zach Roth, after leading the Eagles with 899 rushing yards in 2011.
Chandler Folkerts is back for his senior season and will need to make an impact at tackle and defensive back.
A daunting schedule faces Milford with two road games to start the season. Their first home game doesn't come until September 14 when they host Grand Island Central Catholic.