Posted December 30, 2012 on louisville.scout.com
The University of Louisville football team wouldn’t be playing in the Allstate Sugar Bowl without the leg of one player – John Wallace. The redshirt freshman from Cecilia, Ky., has kicked two game-winning field goals, including the season-ending win over Rutgers that gave the Cardinals the BCS bowl berth.
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