Wikileaks has hit college football. Allegedly.

Wake Forest is looking into the possibility of a "security breach" involving its game plan for its Week 11 loss to Louisville. According to Demon Deacons athletic director Ron Wellman, a member of the team's traveling party found the documents at Louisville's Papa John's Cardinal Stadium.

Wellman said he was made aware of the possible breach last Friday by coach Dave Clawson ahead of what would be a 44-12 loss to the Cardinals.

"We are concerned that there was some type of security breach,'' Clawson said, via the Winston-Salem Journal. "I have shared it with Ron Wellman, and we're doing everything we can to make sure all of our information and data is more secure moving forward.''

Details, however, remain scarce at this time.

"Since that time, we have been looking at various possibilities and haven't come up with anything for certain at this point,'' Wellman told the paper. "But we will continue to review everything that we do and investigate how this might have happened and make sure it doesn't happen in the future.''

If Louisville did in fact uncover Wake Forest's game plan, it either did a good job of hiding it or it didn't work to the Cardinals' advantage. Fifth-ranked Louisville trailed Wake 12-0 and didn't start rattling off touchdowns until the fourth quarter.

There has been no comment from Louisville on this allegation.