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Présentation de l'éditeur

When I die and people realize that I will not be resurrected in three days, they will forget me. That is the way it should be. For reasons known only to God, I was asked to write an autobiography. Most people who knew me growing up didn't think I would ever read a book, let alone write one.

—Lou Holtz

Few people in the history of college sports have been more influential or had a bigger impact than Lou Holtz. Winner of the three national Coach of the Year honors, the only coach ever to lead six different schools to season-ending bowl games, and the ninth-winningest coach in college football history, Holtz is still teaching and coaching, although he is no longer on the gridiron.

In his most telling work to date, the man still known as "Coach" by all who cross his path reveals what motivated a rail-thin 135-pound kid with marginal academic credentials and a pronounced speech impediment to play and coach college football, and to become one of the most sought-after motivational speakers in history. With unflinching honesty and his trademark dry wit, Holtz goes deep, giving us the intimate details of the people who shaped his life and the decisions he would make that shaped the lives of so many others.

His is a storied career, and Holtz provides a frank and inside look at the challenges he overcame to turn around the programs at William and Mary, North Carolina State, Arkansas, and Minnesota. From growing up in East Liverpool, Ohio, to his early days as a graduate assistant at the University of Iowa, to his national championship runs at Notre Dame and his final seasons on the sidelines in South Carolina, Lou Holtz gives his best, a poignant, funny, and instructive look into a life well lived.

Biographie de l'auteur

After nearly three decades on the sidelines, Lou Holtz retired from coaching and now shares his strategies for success with Fortune 500 companies, groups, and organizations. He is the author of two bestsellers, The Fighting Spirit and Winning Every Day. He lives in Florida.

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5.0 étoiles sur 5 I tried! 15 mars 2017
Par Brian O'Donnell - Publié sur Amazon.com
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Great Book for aspiring coaches as well as those who have chosen this wonderful vacation many years ago. As the years have slipped by, I so often I have asked myself what could I have done better for the young man who played for me. Never A disciplinarian as Coach Lou was probably hindered my development as a high school coach. But if you love this dunes you were coaching you can always say you did your best!
4.0 étoiles sur 5 Worth a read! 28 mai 2017
Par Kevin - Publié sur Amazon.com
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Good book. A little slow at times but a great story about a terrific coach!
5.0 étoiles sur 5 Thank you, Lou! 5 août 2015
Par Clark Bixler - Publié sur Amazon.com
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I Love Lou Holtz. His life story is facinating and something to emulate. He truly has had a passion for greatness and he's truly lived a life worth living. I heard him speak a few years back and I'll never forget how funny and entertaining he was. Lou actually did a magic trick at one point. I always admired his humor and wit as a sports caster, but had no idea he had such a storied football coaching career and a robust life. I'm a Lou Holtz fan for life and I've already purchased this book for several family members.
5.0 étoiles sur 5 Great book about Lou Holtz! 12 mai 2017
Par Lane Evans - Publié sur Amazon.com
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This is a great book about Lou Holtz, football and his family. Lot's of great insight and that special Lou Holtz wiadom. This is a must read for all Lou Holtz fans.
3.0 étoiles sur 5 Not all that well written but entertaining and interesting stories. 25 avril 2014
Par Larry Brummond - Publié sur Amazon.com
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At times it seems Lou is primarily interested in "tooting his own horn." The credits to others seemed weak and secondary to his influence, which maybe they mostly were. His propensity to jump to another job was unsettling. Often citing how much he loved a place, immediately followed by still another move and "better" job. The philosophy and life lessons are evident even if he didn't always follow his own advice about doing what's right. If you're a college football fan, you'll enjoy it.
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