There was some noteworthy news on two coaching legends in Oakland County over the weekend, and Kosmo is here to share his two cents on both.
One, Clarkston boys basketball coach Dan Fife moved to ninth on the state's all-time wins list with Clarkston's win over Bloomfield Hills Lahser.
Kosmo's take on that is that he's surprised Fife is only No. 9 given all the games he's won and how much he's gotten out of so many players. Hopefully he keeps moving up on that list.
The other news involving a legend is in regard to the state's all-time winningnest football coach, Al Fracassa of Brother Rice.
He decided to come back for one more year, and Kosmo is not only happy to hear that he'll be back on the sidelines for another year, but that he'll get to retire on his own terms.
Rumors have it that Fracassa was trying to be forced out, which Kosmo finds hard to believe.
How do you force out the state's all-time winningnest coach who has proven the game hasn't passed him by since the Warriors have won the last two Division 2 state championships?
Kosmo thinks that's nonsense, but regardless, it's great to see Fracassa gets to decide when he wants to hang it up.
He's earned that right.