|Other author/creator||Carlson, Kenneth A., author of dialog, production personnel, director.|
|Other author/creator||Sherman, Sidney.|
|Other author/creator||IFC Films.|
|Other author/creator||Triple Play (Firm)|
|Other author/creator||Docurama (Firm)|
|Other author/creator||New Video Group.|
||Welcome to Massillon, Ohio, where high school football is nothing short of religion. For the 33,000 people who live there, football is life--a veritable "cradle to grave" experience that begins in the maternity ward where coaches make visits to scout future linebackers, and ends in a customized football casket emblazoned with the Tigers mascot. On the heels of a losing year, the Tigers risk losing football in Massillon altogether, as an upcoming vote on a new tax levy is the only thing that will prevent massive budget cuts and the eliminiation of the football program.
|General note||Special features: Deleted scenes, interview with Chris Spielman, complete 1951 "Touchdown Town" archive news reel, "Where are they now" update with photos, Massillon Hall of Champions Gallery, previously unreleased Go Tigers! trailers, original music from Go Tigers! by Katrina Carlson, filmmaker biography.|
|Credits||Director of photography, Curt Apduhan; editor, Jeff Werner; music, Randy Miller.|
||Dave Irwin, Ellery Moore, Danny Studer.
|Technical details||DVD, Dolby digital surround.|
|Publisher number||NVG-9520 New Video Group|