Louisville Head Coach Tom Siegfried surprised Leopards Superstar Drew Noble with a special presentation for breaking the team’s All-Time Scoring Record this past week.
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Drew Noble scored 33 points to break Bob Gladieux 50 year old Louisville scoring record. The Leopards defeated Carrollton 79-31.
Bob Gladieux scored four touchdowns as the Leopards completed their 10-0 quest with a 28-0 drubbing of Minerva. It was also their fifth consecutive shutout as they finished unscored upon in Tri-County League play.
Chuck Ehlers scored two touchdowns & caught another during Louisville’s 36-0 win over Poland. Bob Gladieux also ran for a touchdown and threw for another during the rout of the Bulldogs.
Bob Gladieux scored on 4 touchdown runs and ran for 149 yards to lead Louisville over Leetonia 66-0. The Louisville offense produced 494 yards of offense in the game and Chuck Ehlers also scored 3 touchdowns.
Bob Gladieux’s 85 yard touchdown run & 85 yard punt return touchdown set the tone early. Tom Chlebeck & Duane Houser each scored touchdowns for Louisville after that to give the Leopards a 26-6 win.
Bob Gladieux lit up the “new” Louisville scoreboard with four touchdowns and throwing another on a halfback option play to lead the Leopards past the Glenwood Eagles 36-6 on September 11, 1964.
Video of Bob Gladieux’s 34-yard touchdown catch was the only Notre Dame touchdown during what has been dubbed the “Game of the Century” after Michigan State and the Fighting Irish played to a 10-10 tie on November 19, 1966.
Bob Gladieux ran for three touchdowns and Duane Houser & Tom Chlebeck also ran for scores during the Leopards 38-12 thrashing of North Canton on October 9, 1964. Video Highlights from the game in this post.