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Latest Lehigh Football Schedule (With Times)

Recently, Lehigh's Week 2 opponent, James Madison, announced their kickoff times and broadcast schedule.

This allows us to update what we know about this fall's schedule.

What is clear is that Lehigh's first two road games will not be broadcast on TV.

However, they will be streamed online - and for free.

If you're not headed to New Britain, Connecticut to catch the season opener vs. Central Connecticut State or to Harrisonburg, Virginia to see the Mountain Hawks vs. James Madison, you will be able to watch the games with the help of a computer.

While TV information is not completely available, it does seem like there will be a live stream of every game online, and in nearly every case, the online streams are free.




Fri, Sept. 4th, 7:00 PM: Lehigh at Central Connecticut State
TV: None
Online streaming presumed available via NEC Front Row

Sat, Sept 12th, 4:00 PM: Lehigh at James Madison
TV: None
Online streaming presumed available via MadiZONE (Stretch Internet)

Sat, Sept 19th: 12:30 PM: Penn at Lehigh
TV: Service Electric 2
Online streaming from Patriot League Network

Sat, Sept. 26th, TBD: Lehigh at Princeton
TV: ??
Online streaming presumed available via Ivy League Digital Network ($$)

Sat, Oct 3rd: 12:30 PM: Yale at Lehigh
TV: Service Electric 2
Online streaming from Patriot League Network

Sat, Oct 10th: TBD: Lehigh at Bucknell
TV: ??
Online streaming from Patriot League Network

Sat, Oct 24th: 12:30 PM: Lehigh at Fordham
TV: ??
Online streaming from Patriot League Network

Sat, Oct 31st: 12:30 PM: Georgetown at Lehigh
TV: Service Electric 2
Online streaming from Patriot League Network

Sat, Nov 7th: 12:30 PM: Holy Cross at Lehigh
TV: Service Electric 2
Online streaming from Patriot League Network

Sat, Nov 14th: 1:00 PM: Lehigh at Colgate
TV: ??
Online streaming from Patriot League Network

Sat, Nov 21st: 12:30 PM: Lafayette at Lehigh (151st Meeting)
TV: Service Electric 2
Online streaming from Patriot League Network

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