Few people in college football are as legendary – and funny – as Lou Holtz.
The second-winningest coach in Notre Dame history, behind only Knute Rockne, Holtz is one of the game’s most colorful personalities, a master motivator who has also taken six different schools to bowl games. For the last 10 years, he’s been regaling ESPN viewers with his analysis and humor.
On Thursday, Sept. 25, “Dr. Lou” will be at the Yogi Berra Museum & Learning Center in Little Ferry, N.J., from 6-9 p.m. for “An Evening With Lou Holtz” – a cocktail reception and chat with the man who led the Fighting Irish to their last undefeated season and national championship.
Holtz’s former team and Syracuse will kick off at MetLife Stadium on Sept. 27. The Fighting Irish are 3-0 this season, and Holtz returned to South Bend two weeks ago to give the team a pep talk before the Michigan game. Notre Dame won 31-0.
Space is limited for “An Evening With Lou Holtz.” For ticket info call (973) 655-2378. All proceeds to benefit the Yogi Berra Museum’s education programs.