Baltimore’s St. Frances High School football team ranks among the top ten best in the nation. Part of that is thanks to the dedication and generosity of the head coach, both on and off the field. But no team wants to take them on. Correspondent Jessica Gomez speaks to the head coach who says it’s not the winning streak keeping opponents away.

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