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How Will I Watch Colgate at Lehigh This Afternoon?


Not going to the #HateTheGate (or, alternatively, #SlamTheGate) game at Murray Goodman, and you need to show your #Project10K support in some other way, either by watching TV or watching the game online?t

Never fear.  LFN's here.


Kickoff time at Murray Goodman is 12:30 PM.

The game is TV on Service Electric 2 in the Lehigh Valley, with Steve Degler, Mike Yadush, and Al DiCarlo on the call.  This stream is also available online for free via the Patriot League Digital Network.

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.  Matt Kerr, Tom Fallon and Matt Markus will be manning the booth.

As you may have heard, there are other college football games across the country.  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):

11:30 AM, Cincinnati at UConn, CBS Sports Network

12:00 PM, Maryland at Penn State, Big Ten Network or BTN2GO

12:00 PM, Notre Dame at NC State, ABC or ESPN3

12:00 PM, Rhode Island at #12 Villanova, American Sports Network (channel finder)

1:00 PM Lafayette at Fordham, Patriot League Network

1:00 PM Princeton at Georgetown, Patriot League Network

1:00 PM, Cornell at #16 Harvard, One World Sports or Ivy League Digital Network (subscription reqd)

1:00 PM, Bucknell at Holy Cross, Patriot League Network and Twitter Sports

3:00 PM, Houston at Navy, CBS Sports Network

3:30 PM, Tennessee at Texas A&M, CBS

3:30 PM, #7 Richmond at #17 Albany, caa.tv

3:30 PM, Army at Duke, ACC Regional Network (clearances)

7:00 PM, Michigan at Rutgers, ESPN2 or WatchESPN

8:00 PM, Florida State at Miami, ABC or ESPN3

Finally, need to catch up on the full preview fun pack of today's game?
LFN's Colgate Game Preview
LFN's Colgate Game Naratives

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