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PHILADELPHIA – Saturday night's football game between the University of Pennsylvania and the Lafayette Leopards will be broadcast to a nationwide audience on ESPN3.com. Kickoff is at 7 p.m. at Franklin Field.
The Red and Blue will make it’s first-ever appearance on ESPN3.com, formerly ESPN360.com. ESPN3.com is the online network for ESPN, broadcasting a variety of live sporting events. It is available through certain internet providers as a free service. To check whether your internet provider carries ESPN3.com, click here.
Overall, the Quakers will appear in front of a national audience on three occasions. The Red and Blue will take on Yale in New Haven, Conn., on the YES Network on Oct. 23, and then two weeks later the Quakers will be on the VERSUS network for their showdown at Princeton on Nov. 6.
Additionally, each of Penn's first three home games will be televised. The Comcast Network in Philadelphia will broadcast the Schuylkill Showdown at Villanova on Sept. 25 as well as Ivy home matchups against Dartmouth (Oct. 2) and Columbia (Oct. 16). The remaining two home games will be webcasted globally in HD on the Penn Sports Network.
If you can't get to a computer on Saturday, the Quakers' season and home opener against the Leopards is also available nationwide on satellite radio. The Ivy League announced Monday that the game will be broadcast on SIRIUS satellite radio channel 130 as part of the league's Game of the Week series. Locally, the game can be heard on WNTP 990 AM with Brian Seltzer in his third season calling Penn play-by-play and Hench Murray as the analyst for the 30th straight season.
On television, the Lafayette Sports Network will air the game locally on RCN and WBPH. WBPH can be seen throughout the Philadelphia area, while RCN reaches homes in and around Boston, Chicago, New York City, Philadelphia and Washington, D.C.
If you have find a way to miss the game, MASN will carry a tape delayed broadcast in a seven-state area, from Harrisburg, Pa., to Charlotte, N.C., and including Maryland, Delaware, Virginia, the District of Columbia and parts of West Virginia.
Penn enters the season with the FCS’ longest active winning streak (eight games) and is just one win away from becoming the third FCS team all-time to reach 800 wins as a program.