INDIANAPOLIS -- For many Hoosiers, Donald Trump may now have received the three biggest endorsements he could get: Bobby Knight; Gene Keady and Lou Holtz.
Keady, who spent 25 years as men's basketball head coach at Purdue University, joined Trump on stage Monday at a rally at The Palladium in Carmel, Indiana.
Keady was the winningest coach in Purdue's history, and the second winningest in Big 10 Conference history – only behind former Indiana University men's basketball head coach Bobby Knight, who endorsed Trump last week.
In a rally at the Indiana State Fairgrounds, Knight told Trump supporters the New York billionaire was the "most prepared man in history" to be president.
Trump also announced Monday that former Notre Dame head football coach Lou Holtz had endorsed him as well.
Trump's campaign posted a video to his official Twitter account of Holtz explaining why he was endorsing the real estate mogul.
"The main reason I'm endorsing him is: I've played in his golf course. I've stayed in his hotels. He does nothing but first-class in everything. He wants this country to be first-class as well."
— Donald J. Trump (@realDonaldTrump) May 2, 2016