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CFB Week 3: Your Weekend Lehigh Fan Viewing Giude

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CFB Week 3: Your Weekend Lehigh Fan Viewing Giude

It’s that time of the week where I share with you your weekly Lehigh fan viewing guide for Week 3 of the college football season.  Why go to website after website when all the information you need is right here?

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My Vote for the FCS Top 25, 9/9/2013

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My Vote for the FCS Top 25, 9/9/2013

My vote for the FCS Top 25 for the week ending 9/9/2013 follows below the flip.
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CFB Week 1: Your Weekend Lehigh Fan Viewing Guide

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CFB Week 1: Your Weekend Lehigh Fan Viewing Guide

More and more, college football is becoming more of a lifestyle than a diversion.

The experiences are more immersive; college football days don’t just take place on one day a week, it’s a three, or sometimes four, day weekend.  It involves tailgates.  Parties.  Maybe a night out.

Most importantly, there are games on TV – or, now, the internet – all the time.  There are literally hundreds of matchups available to watch, or stream, every day of the Experience Weekend.  Whether you watch it a home, your butt firmly on the couch, or out with friends, it’s becoming an all-encompassing affair.

Who will cut through all the channels showing Godspell, or Robinson Crusoe, and point you to where the Week 1 Experience Weekend games are being broadcast?

More to the point, where’s a Lehigh football fan – old or new – to start?

The answer is – of course – you come here.  You’ve come to the right place.

Starting on Thursday, there are plenty of football games available to enjoy that involve scouting future Lehigh opponents, interesting Top 25 matchups, or simply good weekend football games.  And below the flip, you’ll be able to get all the information you need.  Bookmark this post, and you won’t need to go anywhere else.
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A 12th Game for Lehigh in 2013?

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A 12th Game for Lehigh in 2013?

(Photo Credit: Lehigh Valley Live/Brown & White)

Back in November, I released a tentative version of Lehigh’s 2013 football schedule, which included 11 games.

There’s nothing earth-shattering about that, either.  Most seasons FCS football teams play 11 regular-season games.

But thanks to a quirk in the calendar next season, 2013 offers a rare opportunity for Lehigh: to play a 12th game.

For Lehigh or other schools in the Patriot League, is it a good idea to play a 12th game?

Absolutely.
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Wagner to Patriot League in Football Could Open Up Great Rivalry Opportunities

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Wagner to Patriot League in Football Could Open Up Great Rivalry Opportunities

(Photo Credit: Staten Island Live)

While the news has broken that Quinnipiac and Monmouth will be accepting bids to the MAAC conference and leaving the NEC in all sports, nothing is official just yet. 

The MAAC’s presidents will be conducting a formal vote on the matter tomorrow, and until then, it’s technically speculation.

So is the thought of Wagner and Monmouth headed to other football conferences – something that seems fairly logical, should their moves to the MAAC be confirmed.  The MAAC does not sponsor football, and while the Hawks and Seahawks could spend $250,000 in exit money and then re-apply for associate, non-voting membership in the NEC for next season, it’s far from clear whether either party would welcome the arrangement.

If Wagner is thinking about joining the Patriot League in football, what could that mean to them?

It could open up an interesting concept I’ve felt has been a missed opportunity for years – annual contests to see who’s the best FCS team of New York City.
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Realignmentaggedon: Monmouth, Quinnipiac and Wagner to the MAAC

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Realignmentaggedon: Monmouth, Quinnipiac and Wagner to the MAAC

According to sportswriter Mark Blaudshun, a 30+ year beat veteran of college football now residing in New Jersey, a key move was made by two schools, Monmouth University and Wagner College, that affects the FCS football landscape next season.

“Conference reconfiguration continues on all levels,” the short blog post stated.  “According to the sources familiar with the process, the Metro Atlantic Athletic Conference will add Quinnipiac, Wagner and Monmouth from the Northeast Conference. The announcement will be made on Friday.”

In and of itself the announcement doesn’t directly affect the Patriot League.  But it might.

With their move to the MAAC, a conference which does not sponsor football, the Seahawks and Hawks now have to make a decision on their football programs.
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