Photos: Lou Holtz’s Florida home seriously damaged by fire

The home of former college football head coach and current ESPN analyst Lou Holtz was seriously damaged this week, after a lightning strike sparked a fire on the second story of the home.

Photos of the damage surfaced on social media of a giant section of Holtz’s $1.6 million home burned to the ground.

Live at 6 in front of Coach Lou Holtz's neighborhood where his $1.6 million dollar home burned down. #local6news pic.twitter.com/FZoCsKTCDe

— Erik von Ancken (@ErikNews6) June 22, 2015

Former #NotreDame football coach Lou Holtz' Orlando home damaged in fire. Holtz says house was struck by lightning. pic.twitter.com/77thcAy59f

— Pete Byrne (@PeteByrneWSBT) June 22, 2015

Lightning sparked a devastating fire at the Florida home of famed ND football coach Lou Holtz: http://t.co/T3Km49wcIZ pic.twitter.com/tu4tvUYwdC

— WNDU (@WNDU) June 22, 2015

The good news is that no one was seriously hurt during the fire.

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