Back-to-back PL champs 2016 and 2017.... but need to get back to relevance in the national FCS scene.
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BETHLEHEM, Pa. Throw out the records, as they say, as Lehigh and Lafayette, who have combined for just five wins, meet at Fisher Stadium Saturday in the 154th edition of college football's most-played rivalry. Lehigh enters with an opportunity to finish its season on a high note. The Mountain Hawks followed their best all-around performance of the season against Bucknell with a 48-6 home loss to Patriot League champion Colgate. Lehigh's seniors have a chance to 4-0 in their careers against Lafayette with a win in their final game in the Brown and White. Lafayette comes in at 3-7 following a loss at Army last week.
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