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How Will I Watch Lehigh At Yale This Afternoon?


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

Never fear.  LFN's here.


Kickoff time at the Yale Bowl is 1:30 PM.

The game is TV on One World Sports, with Bill Spaulding and Jack Ford calling the action.  It is available on Verizon FiOS, RCN and Service Electric in the Lehigh Valley.  A list of the locations of the channel are available here.

If you're not in the Lehigh Valley, you can still stream the game online via the Ivy League Digital Network.  The feed is not free, but if you paid for a monthly subscription for the Penn game, it still should be good for this game as well.

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, Steve Lomangino 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):

12:00 PM, Notre Dame vs. Syracuse (at East Rutherford, NJ), ESPN or WatchESPN

1:00 PM Fordham at Monmouth, NEC Front Row

1:00 PM Cornell at Colgate, Patriot League Network

3:30 PM, Holy Cross at Lafayette, Lafayette Sports Network Affiliates, Patriot League Network

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

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