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How will I Watch Lehigh At Fordham This Weekend?

Not headed to Fordham this afternoon to catch the Lehigh/Fordham game?

OK.  I do sort-of understand.  You have kids dressed as Pokemon coming to the house.  You're holed in watching Stranger Things 2, and you simply were binge-watching the series all last night.  Your collection of candy corn is running low, and you need to get a refill before tonight.

So how do you catch the game?

Never fear.  LFN's here.



Kickoff time at Jack Coffey field in the Bronx, NY is 1:00PM.

The skinny:

TV: Check Local Listings
Internet: Patriot League Network or WatchStadium Twitter
Radio: ESPN Lehigh Valley 1160, 1230 and 1320, Audio Link here

The group that holds the broadcast rights of the game is a group called "Stadium".  "Stadium" is what Campus Insiders used to be last year, and they now produce broadcasts of specific Patriot League football games during the year.  Matt Martucci is on the call, along with Dave Owens and Morgan Uber.

There are multiple ways to catch the broadcast.

Some areas have the game available via a web of local TV broadcast networks.  A full list is here.  Of interest to Lehigh fans, most notably the closest over-the-air broadcast of the came comes from channel WSWB 38-4 in Scranton/Wilkes Barre, which may also be available via your cable package.

Many major cities also have an over-the-air broadcast of the game, notably Pittsburgh, PA, Atlanta, GA, St. Louis, MO, Jacksonville, FL, Orlando, FL, Palm Beach, FL and Pensacola, FL.  Check the full list above to see if it's available where you live.

Where the game is not is Stadium TV's main channel, available on some cable systems.  This is a Patriot League Network game, not a Stadium TV game.  I mention this because they are not the same thing.  In the Lehigh Valley, the game will be on Channel 38-4, not Stadium TV.

If you are not watching the game on broadcast TV, you can still stream the game over the internet through a variety of ways - in a web browser on the Stadium's Patriot League Channel.  The link to the actual game is here, and it will also be available directly via @WatchStadium on Twitter.

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, 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, which includes every video link, every broadcast team, and every Division I college football game, and yes, fans it includes TV and live stream information on the Penn State/Notre Dame game, too.

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

LFN's Fordham Game Preview
LFN's Fordham Media Pack (with video)
LFN's Fordham Game Breakdown and Fearless Prediction

Comments

CHIP72 said…
This game IS shown as being on Stadium TV on TVGuide.com. Stadium TV is available on Verizon FiOS (Channel 820).
Anonymous said…
If you have a roku or similar, the pluto tv channel has watchstadium among its choices and it's free
Anonymous said…
Hope you had problems hooking up your TV today. No one should be exposed to games like this continued defensive debacle today.

PATHETIC. The coaching staff and many of the defensive players should be ashamed, not to mention the QB. But really that defense once again...I've never seen a team turn so many unknown, backup RBs into Walter Payton candidates overnight. Possibly the worst run defense in Patriot League history.

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