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    Re: Colgate at Lehigh--Have the Mountain Hawks found their mojo?

    Opening line: Colgate -32.5 (total 47)
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    Re: Colgate at Lehigh--Have the Mountain Hawks found their mojo?

    Quote Originally Posted by Lehigh Football Nation View Post
    If you believe in the Fordham transitive property, Colgate will win 84-14
    No way Lehigh gets 14.
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    Re: Colgate at Lehigh--Have the Mountain Hawks found their mojo?

    Tailgate Report and how to catch the game:

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    Should be a fun weekend - Family Weekend and some pretty foliage. Also included is a small explanation of the history of the Lehigh/Colgate rivalry.
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    Re: Colgate at Lehigh--Have the Mountain Hawks found their mojo?

    Well, at least the forecast has changed with heavy rain now occurring Friday/Friday evening. While the nothing should be falling from the sky on Saturday, the track could be wet to soggy. Goodman has an excellent draining field that was installed about 13 years ago after being destroyed in the "monsoon" game versus Holy Cross. Sometimes the field gets tarped, but word is that the tarp will be left off.
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    Re: Colgate at Lehigh--Have the Mountain Hawks found their mojo?

    Colgate’s Big Red Blanket Heads To Lehigh To Continue Their Business Of Winning


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    Re: Colgate at Lehigh--Have the Mountain Hawks found their mojo?

    Quote Originally Posted by Lehigh Football Nation View Post
    Tailgate Report and how to catch the game:

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    Should be a fun weekend - Family Weekend and some pretty foliage. Also included is a small explanation of the history of the Lehigh/Colgate rivalry.
    LFN, a fine job as always.

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    Re: Colgate at Lehigh--Have the Mountain Hawks found their mojo?

    Quote Originally Posted by ngineer View Post
    Well, at least the forecast has changed with heavy rain now occurring Friday/Friday evening. While the nothing should be falling from the sky on Saturday, the track could be wet to soggy. Goodman has an excellent draining field that was installed about 13 years ago after being destroyed in the "monsoon" game versus Holy Cross. Sometimes the field gets tarped, but word is that the tarp will be left off.
    Ngineer, last Friday we had 3.5" of rain. I do not think Goodman was tarped. If it was, they hid them pretty well after rolling them up. The field was as perfect as I've ever seen it. Tonight they're calling for 1.5". Looks like the wind will be a factor again tomorrow. Hopefully LU will be competitive. Regardless, let's all hope 2019 brings much needed change!

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    Re: Colgate at Lehigh--Have the Mountain Hawks found their mojo?

    Do i make the pilgrimage to Goodman tomorrow for the game? I'm intrigued to see how good Colgate looks in person.
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    Re: Colgate at Lehigh--Have the Mountain Hawks found their mojo?

    Quote Originally Posted by Go Lehigh TU owl View Post
    Do i make the pilgrimage to Goodman tomorrow for the game? I'm intrigued to see how good Colgate looks in person.
    Yup.

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    Re: Colgate at Lehigh--Have the Mountain Hawks found their mojo?

    Quote Originally Posted by Southsider View Post
    Ngineer, last Friday we had 3.5" of rain. I do not think Goodman was tarped. If it was, they hid them pretty well after rolling them up. The field was as perfect as I've ever seen it. Tonight they're calling for 1.5". Looks like the wind will be a factor again tomorrow. Hopefully LU will be competitive. Regardless, let's all hope 2019 brings much needed change!
    Yes, you are correct on the rain totals. I don't think the field was covered, either. I agree that the field handled the game very well and looked good and 'solid'. Thing is after so much rain over a period of time, there might be an accumulation. I am glad they kept Goodman grass and the landscape engineering has appeared to be top notch. Things will be wet, but I don't think we'll see anything like a 'muddy track'. I was there for the Holy Cross game around 2005. Never seen anything like it since!
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