March 2, 1895|
July 2, 1957 (aged 62)|
Washington, D. C.
|Alma mater||Auburn University|
|Coaching career (HC unless noted)|
|1916, 1919||Auburn (assistant)|
|Accomplishments and honors|
1 SIAA (as player) (1913)|
1 SIAA (as assistant) (1919)
|second-team All-Southern (1913)|
William Charles "Lou" or "Bill" Louisell (March 2, 1895 – July 2, 1957) was a college football player and coach for Mike Donahue's Auburn Tigers of Auburn University. After playing one year in the backfield, he was shifted to the line and was chosen second-string All-Southern as a member of the undefeated 1913 SIAA championship team. He weighed 183 pounds. One writer claims "Auburn had a lot of great football teams, but there may not have been one greater than the 1913-1914 team." He was an assistant on the SIAA champion 1919 team.
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