The Wildcats lead off the year against an FBS squad, Central Michigan, and the defending Patriot League champions, Colgate. They're both very winnable games, and they'll hope to be 2-0 going into Bethlehem off of a bye week and a tough first two games.
Lehigh will have come off opening games against Central Connecticut State, Monmouth and Princeton, and hope to have solidified all the questions going into training camp - and, hopefully, justified their ranking at No. 17 in the preseason coaches' poll.
You can bet, though, what New Hampshire and Lehigh won't want to talk at all about the Wildcats's last visit to Murray Goodman Stadium.
That's because they'd then have to talk about "the Divot".
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