Our friend Rey Misoles of Cebu City will jump for joy when he gets to watch this video clip.

Rey is a corporate trainer, motivational speaker, lecturer and magician rolled into one. He also runs a magic shop in Ayala Center in Cebu.

He will love this video showing Lou Holtz proposing a “pep talk” during halftime to the Florida Gators. How do I know Rey will go bananas over this? Well, because I’m a psychic.

Lou Holtz is an author, television commentator, motivational speaker, and former NCAA football head coach. As a motivational speaker, he is said to command upwards of $50,000 for a motivational talk. He sometimes uses magic as visual aid of his talks.

In the video, Lou Holtz uses the Gene Anderson newspaper tear to get his points across. He does the tear and restoration quite well—even better than most magicians I have seen do it. At the same time, he keeps the stream of motivational words flowing.

See how well he delivers his message and how magically he performs a classic trick.

Lou Holtz Performs the Gene Anderson Torn-and-Restored Newspaper On ESPN Halftime

Stay magical,



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