Eisenhower, along with more than 600 teams throughout the state, kicked off the first official day of football practice season Monday.
One noticeable difference is that former , who had lead the team for 42 years, was not on the sidelines. Lantzy retired after last season and 304 football victories, according to the Detroit News. He was replaced by assistant coach Chris Smith.
Smith has taken two former Eisenhower assistants -- quarterback coach Terry Copacia and offensive line coach Chris Layson -- with him.
Eisenhower's first football game will be Aug. 23.