Mark Sanders hit Robbie Arnold for a 55 yard touchdown pass to give Louisville a first half lead, but Wooster answered with 20 answered points to take the contest 20-6 back on September 15, 1989.
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The Leopards scored on their first 4 second half possessions in defeating the Knights 28-3 back on September 5, 2008. Neal Seaman threw 2 touchdown passes to Bobby Swigert & Dane Mathie scored twice.
The Leopards scored all their points in the fourth quarter in rallying for a 12-3 victory over the visiting Knights back on September 11, 2009. Bobby Swigert threw for 105 yards and ran in the game-winner to lead Louisville.
Louisville scored three touchdowns in the final 6:42 to tie the game before winning in overtime 27-21. Drew Kuhn threw for 328 yards & 4 touchdowns, 3 of which found the hands of Bill Poyser.
Dave Mazzan ran for 96 yards and 2 touchdowns to lead the Leopards past the Wildcats 33-8 back on October 1, 1971. Rob Hackley’s safety lead Louisville’s defense that allowed just 91 yards.
Olmsted Falls blocked Louisville’s game-winning field goal attempt in the final seconds to defeat the Leopards 21-20 in a heartbreaking DII Playoff contest back on November 8, 2002.
Despite losing their star runningback, the Leopards grouped together to demolish the Dukes 35-3 to clinch their fourth straight NBC Title. Louisville out-gained Marlington 362-87 and had more first downs by a count of 25-6.
Gary Whaley threw for 356 Yards and 4 Touchdowns to lead the Leopards who racked up 625 yards of offense during their 61-13 thrashing of the visiting Spartans 61-13 back on October 11, 2002.
Marc Zustin had 3 interceptiosn including a pick six to lead Louisville to a 33-0 shutout win at Carrollton. The Leopards Defensive Line helped produce 4 fumbles, 13 tackles for loss, and 2 sacks during the win.
Gary Whaley’s three touchdown passes helped build a 29-0 Leopard lead as the Louisville defense shutout West Branch until late in the fourth during a 29-12 victory back on September 27, 2002.