College Football: How to watch Richmond vs. Lehigh

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College Football: How to watch Richmond vs. Lehigh originally appeared on NBC Sports Washington

After an impressive opening weekend win over Howard, the Richmond Spiders are back in action Saturday afternoon to take on Lehigh in their second home game of the season. 

Lehigh is coming off a 47-3 loss to Villanova and will attempt to rebound against Richmond, but this is a game the Spiders should win and improve to 2-0. Here's everything you need to know to watch the game on NBC Sports Washington. 

RICHMOND VS. LEHIGH HOW TO WATCH

What: Richmond Spiders (1-0) vs. Lehigh Mountain Hawks (0-1)

Where: Robins Stadium, Richmond, VA. 

When: Saturday, September 11, 2:00 p.m. ET

TV Channel: Richmond vs. Lehigh will be broadcast on NBC Sports Washington (NBC Sports channel finder)

Live Stream: You can live stream Richmond vs. Lehigh on NBC Sports Washington's live stream page.

RICHMOND VS. LEHIGH TV SCHEDULE

2:00 PM: Richmond vs. Lehigh (LIVE)

RICHMOND VS. LEHIGH WHAT TO WATCH

- Lehigh has lost seven straight games as a program dating back to 2019, and a 44-point loss at the hands of Villanova doesn't provide much confidence that they'll be able to snap their streak on the road in Richmond. 

- Richmond rebounded from a season-ending loss to JMU last year with a Week 1 win over Howard, shutting out the Bison in three of four quarters on the way to a 38-14 victory. If they're to stack up against the best the CAA has to offer, beating a Lehigh team that was blown out by Villanova would be a good start. Richmond will play Villanova next week. 

RICHMOND VS. LEHIGH PLAYERS TO WATCH

Richmond: QB Joe Mancuso. The senior quarterback put together a strong performance in Week 1 against Howard, throwing for 293 yards and two touchdowns while completing 25 of 34 pass attempts. 

Lehigh: QB Cross Wilkinson. On the flip side, Wilkinson did not have the best game last week. He threw for just 134 yards to go along with three interceptions, further contributing to his team's rout at the hands of Villanova.