Legendary football coach Lou Holtz said “we aren’t going to be defeated” when it comes to the spirit of the Notre Dame Fighting Irish during the coronavirus.
“I think that the basic thing is that we aren’t going to be defeated,” Holtz told the Daily Caller News Foundation during an exclusive interview. (RELATED: ‘I Just Wish My Wife Could Have Been Here’: Here’s How Lou Holtz Reacted When Trump Told Him He’d Receive The Medal Of Freedom)
“I think that they aren’t gonna get the best of us, they aren’t gonna destroy everything that we believe in, instead we’re gonna continue to work and at the same time, realize our objectives and get back as soon as we can. But at the same time, let’s do what we can do,” Holtz continued.
Holtz also said he has the feeling that too many people are happy to see the negative aspects of the pandemic. “But that’s their choice,” he told the DCNF. (RELATED: ‘Risk Is Part Of Life’: Lou Holtz Blasts College Football Coronavirus Rules That Make Season ‘Impossible)
Holtz remarked that even though he doesn’t speak for the school, they want to give students the