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CFB Week 10 Lehigh Football Viewing Guide

It's that time of the week where I share with you your weekly Lehigh fan viewing guide for Week 10 of the college football season.  Why go to website after website when all the information you need is right here?

If there was ever a week where you, dear Reader, needed this page, it's this week, since Lehigh has their bye week.

Fortunately for all of us (and, of course, I include myself in this), there are a boatload of important games available on live streams to watch this weekend.  Many, many of them are free.

It's worth popping open a Yuengling and getting the yard work done early.


I'm going to do this a bit different this week.

Noon: Bryant at Robert Morris, Bethune-Cookman at North Carolina Central (ESPN3)

Bryant or Robert Morris could be the NEC champions, and thus be a playoff team, while Bethune-Cookman is in the drivers' seat for the MEAC championship and will very likely be a playoff team.

12:30 PM: Stony Brook at Maine (FCS Central, check your local listings)

Maine is currently atop the CAA and will look to keep things rolling against Stony Brook, who is 3-4 and learning what it's like to play in the CAA.

1:00 PM: Fordham at Holy Cross, Bucknell at Georgetown (Patriot League Network)
1:00 PM: Lafayette at Georgetown (ESPN3)

All three games involving Lehigh's next three opponents are all on at once, at 1PM today.  If you have multiple computers, I'd consider streaming at least two at once.

3:30 PM: Villanova at James Madison (Comcast Sports Net Philadelphia, check local listings)

Worth keeping an eye on because it's probably a playoff game: the winner stays alive, and the lose falls out of the playoff race.

4:00 PM: Montana at Sacramento State (America One, free but subscription reqd)

Some don't feel this way, but I think this may very well be an elimination game, too.

4:00 PM: Battle of Piney Woods, Stephen F. Austin at Sam Houston State (ESPN3)

Involves one of the heavy hitters of the FCS, Sam Houston, but you want to watch this because with the Lumberjacks' and Bearkats' powerful offenses, it could be a 110 point game.

8:00 PM: Central Arkansas at Northwestern State (ESPN3)

The best of a weak evening of college football, I think the Demons might pull off an upset and help at-large teams across the country.

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