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Lehigh and Lafayette excited about season and 150th meeting

Lehigh and Lafayette excited about season and 150th meeting

The college football season is fast approaching. Lehigh and Lafayette players report and open practices in about a week, and both are thrilled to get the season going. Lafayette won the league title last year, beating Lehigh in the final game of the regular season to clinch. This year both are picked to be among the league's top teams again in the preseason poll. Lafayette returns a core group of skill players led by All-American Ross Scheuerman and quarterback Drew Reed. Lehigh has a few more questions in some key spots but their lines could be a strength this season. Plus, there's the big 150th meeting that both spent time talking about today, this is the year they'll meet at Yankee Stadium.


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