|WMUR 9 New Hampshire|
You've probably heard a lot of that this week in regards to this big matchup against the No 7 team in the country.
It ended up being Lehigh's signature win last year, their 34-27 victory that only looked better when the Wildcats turned their season around and made a deep run in the FCS playoffs.
It also will be an impediment to any hope of sneaking up to Durham, New Hampshire and surprising New Hampshire coach Sean McDonnell with their dynamic offense and good athletes.
That's because the Wildcats had a bye week last week, and McDonnell spent his weekend off scouting the Mountain Hawks.
"I was really impressed with their quarterback,, mentioning sophomore QB Nick Shafnisky, sophomore RB Brandon Yosha, and seemingly everyone else on the Lehigh offense by name in the CAA teleconference this week. "He did a hell of a job doing the things he does well. They did a lot of different things out of multiple sets, and they had a good mix against a good JMU team."
It was very obvious McDonnell had not forgotten last year's loss at Lehigh at all.
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