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Joker's Lou Holtz Impression

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Updated: 8/27/2012 7:22 pm
Joker Phillips said he wouldn't pull a Lou Holtz this week as the Cats prep for their 2012 season opener at Louisville on Sunday.

But what exactly is pulling a Lou Holtz?

Today, Joker did his best impression of the legendary coach, but there was a bit of confusion if it was of Holtz, or of Louisville head coach Charlie Strong doing his Lou Holtz.

Check out the video for a laugh as the old South Carolina assistant tries his hand at impersonating his former boss.
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