Lafayette vs. Lehigh
November 17, 2007
Trailing 17-14 with nine minutes remaining in the game, the Lafayette offense put together a 13-play, 80-yard drive that locked up Lafayette's fourth consecutive victory over Lehigh in college football's most-played rivalry. The Leopards rolled up 374 yards of offense in a dramatic 21-17 triumph in the 143rd meeting between the two schools. Rob Curley led the game-winning drive and hit Kyle Roeder for a three-yard touchdown pass with 2:53 remaining in the game. The No. 2 ranked defense in the nation came through on Lehigh's final possession, stuffing the Mountain Hawks on four downs to end the game. Curley earned MVP honors after going 15-for-25 for 257 yards and one touchdown. Duaeno Dorsey finished the day with career highs of five catches and 108 yards. The defense held the Mountain Hawks to 106 yards on the ground and just 244 total offensive yards. Andy Romans led the team with 10 tackles. Lafayette has won four straight over Lehigh for the first time since 1946-1949.
Final Score: Lafayette 21, Lehigh 17