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How Will I Watch Lehigh At Monmouth This Afternoon?


Not going to West Long Branch to take in Lehigh facing off against Monmouth?

Never fear: LFN is here.

Kickoff time at Kessler Stadium is 1:00PM.

It is possible to catch the game in a variety of different ways: radio call, video stream, and live stats.

Below, here's how to do it.


Big South football games generally are streamed on either the Big South Network or ESPN3.  The game today will be broadcast on ESPN3, which can be streamed via a variety of methods (with an ESPN subscription): through this WatchESPN link in a web browser, or the WatchESPN app on your TV or something like a Roku. Matt Harmon and Eddy Occhipinti are on the call.

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.  Matt Kerr and Matt Markus are the radio crew, and coverage starts at noon.

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, which includes every video link, every broadcast team, and every Division I college football game.

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

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