"I think when you look at the country, you really don't want to get into politics," he told reporters during a golf outing on Wednesday.
That much is certainly true. Besides, Holtz has a cozy job on ESPN analyzing college football, something a lot less stressful than running for office.
If Holtz does decide to run in the future, I wouldn't be surprised at all if he won. He is known for his great speeches and his motivational tactics. Being a great leader in a football locker room doesn't easily translate to politics, but the ability to get people to believe in what you're saying does.