How rich is Louis Leo Holtz?
Louis Leo Holtz Net Worth:
|Birth date:||January 6, 1937|
|Death date:||September 22, 1980|
|Birth place:||Follansbee, West Virginia, USA|
|Profession:||American football player|
|Education:||East Liverpool High School, Kent State University|
|Children:||Skip Holtz, Luanne Altenbaumer, Elizabeth Messaglia, Kevin Holtz|
|Parents:||Anne Marie Holtz, Andrew Holtz|
|TV shows:||College GameDay (Football), College Football Live, College Football Scoreboard, College Football Final|
|Books:||Wins, Losses, and Lessons|
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Retired American football coach and active sportscaster, writer, and motivational speaker Lou Holtz has an estimated net worth of $4 million. He played college football as an undersized linebacker and was a member of the Delta Upsilon Fraternity.
Lou Holtz Net Worth $4 Million
In 1960, Holtz began his training career as a graduate assistant in Iowa where he received his Master’s degree. Holtz made stops as an assistant at William & Mary (1961-1963), Connecticut (1964-1965), South Carolina (1966-1967) and Ohio State (1968) when the Ohio State Buckeyes won the National Championship. Lou Holtz has compiled a career record of 249-132-7. His 1988 Notre Dame team went 12-0 with a victory having a success in the Fiesta Bowl and was the consensus national champion. Lou is the sole school football coach to lead six different programs to bowl games and also the single coach to direct four different systems to the final top 20 rankings. Lou also trained the New York Jets of the National Football League (NFL) during the 1976 season.
Holtz has written or contributed to 10 books. Holtz wed Beth Barcus on July 22, 1961 and they have four children. He’s well known for his quick wit and ability to inspire players. He is commonly a guest on teh popular Richmond, Virginia based Kain Road Radio. He joined ESPN as a college football analyst in 2005. He was elected to the College Football Hall of Fame on May 1, 2008. On May 22, 2011, he was awarded an honorary Doctor of Laws in the University of Notre. He was inducted into the Cotton Bowl Hall of Fame on April 19, 2012. He was likewise awarded an honorary Doctor of Education in the University of South Carolina on December 17, 2012.