Frank Pomarico is from Howard Beach, New York. He attended Notre Dame University from 1970-1974 and played football under legendary coach Ara Parseghian. Frank started at left guard in 1971 and became tri-captain of the 1973 Notre Dame National Championship team, which defeated Alabama in the Sugar Bowl (24-23). He later played professionally in the Canadian Football League.
Frank is the author of “Ara’s Knights: Ara Parshegian and the Golden Era of Notre Dame Football.”
Frank currently lives in Jackson, Michigan, where he coaches tight ends and tackles at Lumen Christi Catholic School. Frank also does a radio show with former UNLV football coach Harvey Hyde in Las Vegas and still loves talking about Notre Dame football.
The Sports Round Table Talk Show reflects Frank’s interest in competitive sports and his belief that participation in athletic programs helps develop positive values, good character, and a strong Catholic faith in today’s young people.