the lehigh football game has opened its season with a pair of losses by a combined seven points. the mountain hawks look to breakthrough saturday down at penn. wfmz's dave lesko has more. 3 3 dave leskolehigh was in a good old fashioned street fight saturday on the main line. nick shafnisky threw for 246 yards and a touchdown and an interception, and rushed for another score in a game that went back and forth. unfortunately the defense gave up nearly 400 yards on the ground. villanova took the 26-21 lead with 4:20 left in the game and never relinquished it, dropping the mountain hawks to 0-2 on the season.dom bragalone"i think our team did well last week. we put a lot of good things on film, but then as we watched over it, we missed a lot of opportunities that could have changed the outcome of the game. so just looking at that, if we clean it up this week, i think we can do very well the rest of the season." dave leskosaturday lehigh travels to franklin field to take on penn in their season opener. the quakers went 7-3 last season, but fell to lehigh, 42-21 right here at goodman stadium. the brown and white are hoping having that two game experience under their belt will be an advantage to finally get them over the hump and get their first victory of the season. evan harvey"they bring back their offensive weapons, and they're going to be a tough team. they had a successful year last year. they won the ivy league, so we know we're going to have to come in and get rolling early, and keep it going, and not have any letups."andy coen "they're very talented. they have an outstanding quarterback who really established himself last year as an all-league player in the ivy league. they've got two outstanding wide receivers and they've got a tailback who reminds me a lot of chaney from monmouth. so they've got a lot of weapons on offense. it's very important, dave, you know we've lost two tough games, and just for the confidence of the staff and the team and our alumni and fans, you know we've got to get out and get a win."in bethlehem, dave lesko 69 sports.