Man-to-Man with Lou Holtz

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  1. Tom Matlack says:

    I love what he says about his grandkids coming to stay with him alone and paying for their education. My grandmother did the same thing for us. It had an enormous impact on all of us. There are some things your grandparents can say that your parents can’t. I have to admit as a sports fan i was never a very big Lou supporter. But this shows me that he really is a class act and I under estimated him greatly.

  2. I have been an ND Football fan for a long time, and a lot of that has been because of Lou Holtz. He was the football genius in my mind long before Bill Belichick graced New England with his prowess and winning ways.

    I have always regarded Holtz as not only one of the best college coaches, but one of the best all-round men in sports during his time.

    To learn more about Holtz read his book, ‘Wins, Losses, and Lessons.” It’s amazing.

    Thanks for the great read Good Men. Keep up the ‘Good’ work as it were.

    Nate Snow

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