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Holy Cross vs. Lafayette live stream. Watch the matchup between the Crusaders and Leopards online via Campus Insiders this Saturday at 3:30 p.m. ET.


The Crusaders come into this one riding a three-game losing streak. After taking down Morgan State on the road, 51-24, to open the season, Holy Cross has fallen to New Hampshire, Albany and Dartmouth.

Much like the Crusaders, the Leopards are trying to recover from having lost three games in a row. Lafayette beat Central Connecticut to open the season, 24-10. Since then the Leopards have lost against Delaware, Princeton and Villanova.

This game between the Crusaders and Leopards will be broadcast live on the internet on Campus Insiders. Below are notes on how to watch the contest, as well as game notes for both teams.

Holy Cross vs. Lafayette Live Stream, TV Broadcast Info

  • Venue: Fisher Stadium, Easton, PA
  • Date: Saturday, Oct. 1, 2016
  • Kickoff Time: 3:30 p.m. ET
  • Holy Cross vs. Lafayette Live Stream: Campus Insiders

Holy Cross Game Notes

  • Holy Cross is being outscored by its opponents, 143-117. It’s allowing 35.8 points per game and scoring 29.2 points per game.
  • Running back Diquan Walker is leading the team with 235 rushing yards. He’s tied with Gabe Guild for most rushing touchdowns on the team. Both have two scores each on the ground.
  • Quarterback Peter Pujals has thrown for 1,110 yards and 10 touchdowns to five interceptions.

Lafayette Game Notes

  • This is the Leopards’ homecoming game.
  • They’re averaging 18.8 points per game and allowing 25 points per game.
  • Lafayette has been outgained on the ground this season, 781-230

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