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How Will I Watch Lehigh At Holy Cross This Afternoon?


Not going to Worcester to watch Lehigh take on Holy Cross?  Need to find out how to catch the game online, by a video stream or online radio?

Never fear.  LFN's here.

Kickoff time at Fitton Field is Noon.


The Lehigh/Holy Cross game is going to be airing on something called the American Sports Network, which isn't a network in the broadcast sense but more of a network in the Internet sense: a network of interconnected stations, some over-the-air broadcasts, some local cable stations, that will be carrying Lehigh football over their airwaves.

If you live in PA, all you need to know is the game is going to air on CSN-Philly, CSN-MidAtlantic+, WHP-2 Harrisburg, WPNT-2 Pittsburgh, or WSWB-2 Wilkes-Barre.  If you live somewhere else in the lower 48 states, a full list of broadcast outlets can be found here.  Most people in the Lehigh Valley and Philadelphia Area, I think will be able to watch it on CSN Philly, but you can also use this American Sports Network channel finder as well.  Just plug in your zip code, it will give you the 411.

There is also a live online stream of the game as well available from ASN, which I think is free nationwide.  There's also a Campus Insiders stream of the game as well.  One of this will work for you, I promise.

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.  Today fore sure, here at LFN central, I will be putting the TV on ASN and putting on the flick on the radio and watch the action on the streaming video with the audio down.  Matt Kerr, Steve Lomangino and Matt Markus are the radio crew.

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):

Noon, North Texas at Army, CBS Sports Network

Noon, Rutgers at Minnesota, ESPNU or WatchESPN

12:30, Syracuse at Boston College, ACC Network (clearances)

1:00 PM Lafayette at Bucknell, Patriot League Network

1:00 PM Georgetown at Fordham, Patriot League Network

1:00 PM, #23 Harvard at Princeton, ESPN3

1:30 PM, #6 The Citadel at Wofford, ESPN3

3:00 PM, #12 Youngstown State at #11 South Dakota State, ESPN3

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

3:30 PM, Illinois at Michigan, Big 10 Network, BTN2GO

3:30 PM, Monmouth at Liberty, ESPN3

6:00 PM, Arkansas at Auburn, ESPN or WatchESPN

7:00 PM, #4 North Dakota State at #13 Western Illinois, ESPN3

7:30 PM, #25 Tennessee State at Vanderbilt, ESPNU or WatchESPN

8:00 PM, Ohio State at Penn State, ABC or ESPN3

9:00 PM, Ole Miss at LSU, ESPN or WatchESPN

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

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