Coming off two wins to open up their Football Championship Subdivision season, the New Hampshire Wildcats travel down to central Pennsylvania to take on Lafayette on Saturday.
New Hampshire won two conference games to upstart its 2021 campaign, including a six-point win at Stony Brook before a 12-point victory at home against Towson. On the other side, Lafayette has struggled out of the gates with two 21-point losses.
Can Lafayette make up the three-score difference with the Wildcats coming to town? Here's how to watch.
NEW HAMPSHIRE at LAFAYETTE HOW TO WATCH
What: New Hampshire (2-0) at Lafayette (0-2)
Where: Fisher Stadium, Easton, Penn.
When: Saturday, Sept. 18, 2021 at 12:30 p.m.
TV Channel: New Hampshire at Lafayette will be broadcast on NBC Sports Washington (NBC Sports channel finder)
Live Stream: You can live stream New Hampshire at Lafayette on NBC Sports Washington's live stream page.
NEW HAMPSHIRE at LAFAYETTE TV SCHEDULE
12:30 PM: New Hampshire vs. Lafayette (LIVE)
NEW HAMPSHIRE at LAFAYETTE WHAT TO WATCH
- New Hampshire brings two wins under its belt to Week 3 and was recognized by their first top-25 ranking of the FCS season coming in at No. 23. Their home opener win against the Tigers was head coach Sean McDonnell's 100th conference win since taking over the reigns in 1999. Sophomore quarterback Bret Edwards and safety Evan Horn, a captain who had two interceptions, were the stars of the show.
- The Wildcats won the lone meeting between these two programs, a dominant 45-7 performance in 2013. For Lafayette to pull off an improbable upset, they'll have to lean on the passing from leading rusher Jaden Sutton.