College Football Coaches Tend to be Conservative
The Wall Street Journal reports:
... Mr. Holtz, who coached Notre Dame to its last national championship in 1988, draws a parallel between the standards and rules that most coaches set for their players and the Republican vision of how American society ought to operate.I guess that makes Lou a "cafeteria Catholic". On the other hand, if he were a Democrat and supported abortion, his pro-abort views would be merely "incidental" to Lou's overall being "more right than wrong" on matters of Catholic Social Teaching.
"You aren't entitled to anything. You don't inherit anything. You get what you earn—your position on the team," Mr. Holtz said. "You're treated like everybody else. You're held accountable for your actions. You understand that your decisions affect other people on that team…There's winners, there's losers, and there's competitiveness."