Former Notre Dame Head coach Lou Holtz recently attended and concluded the Irish Invasion event that happened on Saturday, June 10 in South Bend, Indiana. Holtz got a chance to discuss aspirations with the audience and how it is important to decide on what you want out of life and understand that everything has a price. He also reiterated that making good choices now are what sets a person up for a happy life, not just a temporary fulfillment. Everyone who attended truly enjoyed hearing these wise words from one of college football’s greatest names and it was a lot of fun who all who were involved. Holtz continued to prove to be an inspiration not just to fans of the Irish, but everyone with dreams.
The West Virginia native attended Kent State University where he played as a linebacker for the football team, and after graduating from the University with a degree in history in 1959 he started to lean towards a career in coaching in 1960. He spent 8 years as an assistant coach for five different universities before he finally became a head coach at William & Mary University in 1969. Over the next 35 years, Holtz coached for many other educational establishments but is most well known for his time working at Notre Dame where he was for a decade. These days the former coach makes a lot of time to give motivational speeches to lots of different companies and athletes, and he has also been a sports commentator for CBS.
Holtz recently spoke at the Irish Invasion event earlier this month in South Bend, and it was an exciting and inspiring time for everyone present.
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