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Lou Holtz Reflects On LSU vs Oklahoma

Lou Holtz Reflects On LSU vs Oklahoma

Lou Holtz Reflects On LSU vs Oklahoma

Lou Holtz reflects on LSU vs Oklahoma and how the game will go during a recent interview.

Holtz, a legendary Notre Dame coach, believes that the Peach Bowl will not be the sort of blowout many are anticipating.

Coming into this College Football Playoff match-up, some are expecting the Tigers to absolutely trounce the Sooners. Odds makers have the No. 1 ranked team in the country as two-touchdown favorites.

According to Holtz, though, the Sooners make surprise a lot of people.

He ultimately has LSU winning as well, but he thinks it will be a tighter match-up than people are anticipating.

Holtz ultimately has the Tigers prevailing 38-35.

Related: Paul Finebaum Predicts LSU-Oklahoma, Ohio State-Clemson

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One Comment

  1. Typical Lou Holtz. He hates the SEC and despises LSU, and was the most overrated coach to ever coach the Irish. Notre Dame with their players could have won a NC with a basketball coach.

    Never said a good and objective word once about LSU as far as I remember. In fact he has always gone out of his way to be negative about LSU. I remember Mark May always laughing AT him, as to say, “You got a genuine resentment against LSU you snob.”

    I never forget beating Lou Holtz as an LSU alum. LSU was 4-0 against him. 2-0 @Notre Dame and 2-0@South Carolina. Old Marble Mouth.

    Look at his ego. He made his own bio, I discovered when you Google him,
    “Holtz is the only college football coach to lead six different programs to bowl games and the only coach to guide four different programs to the final top 20 rankings.

    Lou Holtz.”

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