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According to Holtz on ESPN, Stanford “looked like a team that was in midterms” during their loss to Utah on Saturday. Maybe he was looking at the game in a mirror? Because Stanford wasn’t in midterms … Utah was.
We’re hitting the heart of bowl season, and with that in mind, it’s time to take a look at some of the iconic coaches who’ve helped make college football the great game that it is – with a twist.
In our newly updated TV Analysts and Hosts rankings, Lou Holtz takes the top spot, while Bill Cowher places second. Also, Tony Dungy comes in sixth, while Jimmy Johnson just misses the top 10…it’s a good time of year for former football coaches on the tube.
I’m not exactly sure what former Notre Dame football coach and current ESPN analyst Lou Holtz is angry about in this video, but he’s certainly angry about something.
Last year, former Notre Dame football coach Lou Holtz pondered a run for Congress. That never got off the ground, but Dr. Lou is staying involved in the political scene – via an email to voters sent through the National Republican Congressional Committee.