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Louisville Leopards at Kent Roosevelt Rough Riders 2001 Football Highlights

Justin Boudler Louisville Leopards Vs. Kent Roosevelt Rough Riders Football

Louisville 33, Kent Roosevelt 6

Louisville dismantled host Kent Roosevelt 33-6 back on August 31, 2001.

Wide Receiver Justin Boudler had 9 catches for 149 yards and 2 touchdowns Beatty's Sports Grey Polo Adto lead the Leopards Offense. Louisville Quarterback Gary Whaley delivered both scoring passes from 11 and 49 yards away. Whaley finished with 203 yards through the air on the night.

The Leopards out-rushed the Rough Riders 153-70 on the evening. They were led by Curtis Elsass who rushed the ball 24 times for a game-high 110 yards and scored the games opening touchdown. Anthony Desiato also scored two touchdowns on the ground and added a two-point conversion run.

The Louisville defense shut down Kent Roosevelt other than their lone touchdown in the second quarter to improve to 2-0 on the season. The Leopards finished with 21 first downs while holding the opposing Rough Riders to only 11.

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Scoring Summary

TEAM 1-2-3-4–TOTAL

Louisville 6-14-13-0–33

Kent Roosevelt 0-6-0-0–00

1st Quarter

Louisville – Curtis Elsass 2 Yard Run (Kick Failed). 6-0

2nd Quarter

Louisville – Justin Boudler 11 Yard Pass from Gary Whaley (Anthony Desiato Run), 14-0

Kent Roosevelt – Upshaw 19 Yard Pass from Rudiosky (Kick Failed), 14-6

Louisville – Anthony Desiato 2 Yard Run (Pass Failed), 20-6

3rd Quarter 

Louisville – Justin Boudler 49 Yard Pass from Gary Whaley (Kick Failed), 26-6

Louisville – Anthony Desiato 5 Yard Run (Thurin Kick), 33-6

4th Quarter

None

Stats

Rushing: Louisville 38-153, Kent Roosevelt 27-70

Passing: Louisville 12-22-0-203, Kent Roosevelt 9-21-3-153

First Downs: Louisville 21, Kent Roosevelt 11

Fumbles-Lost: Louisville 0-0, Kent Roosevelt 3-2

Records: Louisville 2-0, Kent Roosevelt 0-2

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