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Ohio State makes Lou Holtz take off his blue shirt

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Suffice to say, there’s a dress code when you show up to Ohio State practice in Columbus. Coaching legend Lou Holtz must have forgotten, despite spending his last stop as an assistant at Ohio State, where he served under another legend, Woody Hayes, on the 1968 Buckeyes’ staff. Saturday, Holtz came by to watch the Buckeyes practice.

Despite a warm welcome, coach Holtz was wearing a blue sweater, which is as much a hated color around campus as there is.

It probably didn’t help that he also coached at Notre Dame, but darn it Holtz, you have to know where you are.

They probably would not even let him hold the mic to address the players before he got rid of the sweater. No one would have paid much attention anyway.

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*Featured Photo (above) credit to USA TODAY Sports

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