Lou Holtz
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"Louis Leo "Lou" Holtz" is a current college football analyst for ESPN as well as a former football coach. He served as the head football coach at The College of William & Mary (1969–1971), North Carolina State University (1972–1975), the University of Arkansas (1977–1983), the University of Minnesota (1984–1985), the University of Notre Dame (1986–1996), and the University of South Carolina (1999–2004), compiling a career record of 249–132–7. Holtz's 1988 Notre Dame Fighting Irish football team/1988 Notre Dame team went 12–0 with a victory in the 1989 Fiesta Bowl/Fiesta Bowl and was the consensus NCAA Division I FBS national football championship/national champion. Holtz is the only college football coach to lead six different programs to bowl games and the only coach to guide four different programs to the final top 20 rankings. Holtz also coached the New York Jets of the National Football League (NFL) during the 1976 New York Jets season/1976 season.

Over the years, the slender, bespectacled Holtz has become known for his quick wit and ability to inspire players. He is often found as a guest on the popular Richmond, Virginia based Kain Road Radio. In 2005, Holtz joined ESPN as a college football analyst. On May 1, 2008, Holtz was elected to the College Football Hall of Fame.

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You'll never get ahead of anyone as long as you try to get even with him.

Motivation is simple. You eliminate those who are not motivated.

If what you did yesterday seems big, you haven't done anything today.

No one has ever drowned in sweat.

Show me someone who has done something worthwhile, and I'll show you someone who has overcome adversity.

The man who complains about the way the ball bounces is likely the one who dropped it.

It's not the load that breaks you down - its the way you carry it.

Don't tell your problems to people: eighty percent don't care; and the other twenty percent are glad you have them.

It is a fine thing to have ability, but the ability to discover ability in others is the true test.