Holtz, Aikman Among College Football Hall of Fame Inductees

He is the only man to lead six universities to bowl games. Still, Lou Holtz never considered coaching his primary calling. He had a lot more to teach than X’s and O’s.

“I coached life. The same thing that would enable you to be a good player would enable you to be a good student, a good father, a good business person, etc.,” he said.

Holtz will be enshrined in the College Football Hall of Fame today in South Bend, Ind.

He will be joined by such notables as UCLA alumnus Troy Aikman, 1959 Heisman Trophy winner Billy Cannon of LSU and former Oklahoma State tailback Thurman Thomas.

Read all about the recent inductions here…

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