PHILADELPHIA - Saturday's season opening football game between Penn and Lafayette can now be seen nationally at ESPN3.com and on your mobile device with the WatchESPN app. Kickoff from the University of Pennsylvania's historic Franklin Field is set for 6 p.m.
Penn's matchup with the Leopards is also being televised locally on RCN/WBPH. Check your local listings. ESPN3 and the WatchESPN app will show the televised broadcast. In order to hear the Penn broadcast you can tune into the Penn Sports Network (PSN) which will feature a familiar duo in play-by-play man Brian Seltzer, C'08, who enters his sixth season at the position, and legendary analyst Hench Murray, C'66, GEd '67, who is entering his 33rd season in the Franklin Field radio booth.
PSN is now a part of the Ivy League Digital Network which will include a DVR feature to pause, rewind and fast forward; a picture-in-picture feature to watch multiple Ivy League games at a time; live stats and live twitter feeds, and slow-motion replays. Every game will be shown in HD.
On the airwaves, Penn fans can hear the call from Seltzer and Murray on WFIL 560 AM.
There is nothing better than watching the Quakers in person though. If you are in the Philadelphia area on Saturday, the Red and Blue will need your support. Plus, the first 3,000 fans will receive novelty foam toast. Get your tickets at the link atop this release and we'll see you at Franklin Field!