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How Will I Watch Princeton/Lehigh This Afternoon?


Not going to the game at Murray Goodman, and you want to know how to catch today's game?

Never fear.  LFN's here.


Kickoff time at Murray Goodman Stadium  is 12:30 PM.

The game is on Service Electric TV in the Lehigh Valley.

If you're not in the Lehigh Valley, you can still stream the game online via the Patriot League Digital Network, powered by Campus Insiders.  The link to the game, which is free, is available here.

If want to listen to the game on the radio, you can catch the Lehigh game feed online here, or you can listen on AM at three spots around the Lehigh Valley on the AM Dial: 1160, 1230 and 1320.  Personally, this link is a lifeline to the radio preview before the game, which has exclusive interviews of Lehigh players and of coach Andy Coen before each game.

(If you're at the stadium, hosts Tom Fallon and Matt Markus host their pregame show outside of Murray Goodman Stadium and have contests and free pizza to give away, courtesy of 50 Yard Line Sports Bar at Pizza Como.

As you may have heard, there are other college football games across the countryt.  A full information broadcast pack on every single game is here, but here's games of note for people around the Lehigh Valley (Patriot League games in bold):

12:00 PM, No. 12 Georgia at No. 23 Ole Miss, ESPN or WatchESPN

12:00 PM, Iowa at Rutgers, ESPN2 or WatchESPN

12:00 PM, New Mexico at Rutgers, ESPNews or WatchESPN

12:00 PM, Charlotte at Temple, American Sports Network (you can check listings for the American Sports Network here, and in some cases get a live stream of the game)

12:00 PM, Charleston Southern (#11 FCS) at Monmouth, WatchESPN

1:00 PM, Dartmouth at Holy Cross, Charter TV3 (Mass.) or Patriot League Digital Network

1:00 PM, Penn at Fordham, Patriot League Digital Network

2:00 PM, Columbia at Georgetown, Patriot League Digital Network

3:30 PM, Colgate (#21 FCS) at Richmond (#9 FCS), CSN Mid-Atlantic+, may be available to stream at NBC Sports Live Extra

3:30 PM, VMI at Bucknell, Patriot League Digital Network

3:30 PM, Penn State at No. 4 Michigan, ABC or WatchESPN

3:30 PM, Duke at Notre Dame, NBC or NBC Sports Live Extra

3:30 PM, No. 1 Alabama at No. 19 Ole Miss, CBS or CBSSports.com

6:00 PM, No. 18 LSU at Auburn, ESPN or WatchESPN

6:00 PM, Villanova (#15 FCS) at Lafayette, Lafayette Sports Network (check local listings) or Patriot League Digital Network

7:00 PM, Georgia Southern at Western Michigan, WatchESPN

7:00 PM, Army at Buffalo, WatchESPN

7:00 PM, Eastern Washington (#5 FCS) at Northern Arizona (#25 FCS), FSN-Arizona+, SWX or eversport.tv

7:00 PM, Jacksonville State (#3 FCS) at Liberty, WatchESPN

9:00 PM, No. 17 Arkansas vs. No. 10 Texas A&M (at Arlington, TX), ESPN or WatchESPN

Finally, need to catch up on the full preview fun pack of today's game?

LFN Princeton Game Preview: No Hangovers

LFN Princeton Narrative Street: Remembering the Disaster

LFN Princeton Game Breakdown and Fearless Prediction: Can Lehigh stop Princeton's Running Game?

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