The former Notre Dame football coach received the Presidential Medal of Freedom — and a ribbing on Twitter.
We must never forget our identity, as strangers, as Americans, as fighting Irish.
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His reasoning: "I’ve played his golf course, I’ve stayed in his hotel."
I believe in this team. I believe that Notre Dame will still be undefeated and ranked Number One on January 8th. I believe.
If you're a football fan, you probably know Lou Holtz as a college football coach. What you may not know is his compelling quest to do 107 things before he died. It started in 1966, when Lou was 28 years old.