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Not At Homecoming? Really? Watch the game here:

If you're not able to catch the Yale game in person - really?  You can't? -  you can stream the game here from the Patriot League Digital Network.  It's a 12:30 start and will be the same broadcast that's available over the air on SE2 in the Lehigh Valley, with Mike Zambelli and Mike Yadush on the call.

Patriot League Digital Network

If you're in the car and you have a phone, don't tear through your data plan - listen to Matt Kerr and Tom Fallon on the call, with Matt Markus reporting the pregame and sideline.  It's a simulcast of what's local in the Lehigh Valley on AM 1230 and AM 1320:

http://www.espnlv.com/

Last night saw three games of interest to Lehigh fans: Princeton remained undefeated by outlasting Columbia in a Nor'Easter, 10-5, Colgate nearly blew a 14 point lead but held on to beat Cornell 28-21, and Georgetown got trounced by Harvard 45-0.

Played at the same time today as Lehigh/Yale is Albany/Holy Cross (1:00 PM), which is available on Campus Insiders:

http://campusinsiders.com/network/patriot_league/live

Also Bucknell plays a tough game at VMI, which is available on ESPN3:

http://espn.go.com/watchespn/index/_/id/2659320/NCAAF-Bucknell-vs-VMI

Lafayette faces off against Fordham with a 6:00PM start, definitely a double-scouting opportunity to catch after Lehigh beats Yale:

http://campusinsiders.com/network/patriot_league/live/54d1bd72e4b039c817f1e97a

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Other games that might be of interest to Lehigh fans that aren't happening simultaneously with Lehigh's homecoming:

ESPN3 has a multitude of great games this afternoon and evening that have lots to do with the world of  FCS:

http://espn.go.com/watchespn/#type/upcoming/

There's two FBS upset possibilities:

Liberty at Georgia State (3:30 PM)
Eastern Kentucky at Kentucky (7:30 PM)

Some great Missouri Valley matchups, including the matchup of the week:

Indiana State at Missouri State (3:00 PM)
Youngstown State at South Dakota (3:00 PM)
Southern Illinois at Western Illinois (4:00 PM)
North Dakota State at South Dakota State (7:30 PM)

And a bunch of other matchups involving Top 25 teams:

Sam Houston State vs. Stephen F. Austin (4:00 PM)
Wofford at Mercer (6:00 PM)
South Carolina State vs. Furman (7:00 PM)

On broadcast TV, Penn State will destroy Army at the same time Lehigh is beating Yale (noon), but there's a chance to catch William and Mary face off against Delaware on the NBC Sports Network at 7:00 PM.

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