Outstanding high school performer in football, and baseball. Enrolled in Staunton Military Academy, Virginia in 1952 and starred in football. Entered Kentucky University in 1954. Gained All American honorable mention in Sophomore year and was picked on first team All American in Junior and Senior years. In 1958, was first round pick of Los Angles Rams where he played until 1960. In 1961, Lou was traded to the Pittsburg Steelers where he played until breaking Lou Groza’s record. Traded to the Baltimore Colts in 1964, he helped the Colts to several championships through 1969. Lou played on the 1969 Super Bowl team which lost to the N.Y. Jets. Released by the Colts in 1970, Lou signed with the Green Bay Packers. In 1971, he terminated his career with the Packers.