Al Fracassa won his final game, capping a storybook career with three consecutive state championships. Brad Galli interviews his coach before he walks off the field one last time.
Al Fracassa coached his final practice Thursday morning. The state final looms, but the focus at practice was as much on Muskegon as it was on the hundreds of alumni there to celebrate a coach who has shaped generations of men. Brad Galli reports.
The Detroit Lions honor a soldier during every home game at Ford Field. Sunday’s ceremony was different than usual. Marine Captain Josh Munsee surprised his family in front of 60,000 fans. Brad Galli reports.
The Tigers won their third straight division title, and partied into the early hours of the morning. WXYZ was inside the clubhouse as the champagne flowed and the cigars were lit. Brad Galli reports from a locker room of jubilation – and focus.
Al Fracassa has conducted countless interviews from his familiar seat inside his football office at Brother Rice. The camera usually sits stationary, but it’s worth picking up and looking around. The walls are filled with pictures, notes, and most importantly, memories. Brad Galli gets a first-person tour from Fracassa in the latest chapter of his season-long documentary.
It takes a small army to set up, but once the set is built, College Gameday takes center stage as a key part of football Saturdays. Brad Galli goes behind the scenes with Kirk Herbstreit, Samantha Ponder, and Michigan great Desmond Howard ahead of the Wolverines game against Notre Dame.
Okay, so the attack was more of some fun-love. Brighton High School’s new mascot, Duke the bulldog, wanted nothing to do with Brad Galli all day. Then the camera turned on.