In Lehigh's 34-27 win over New Hampshire last season, it felt like that could have been the case.
The Wildcats were a young team with somewhat dampened expectations, coming to Murray Goodman stadium to try to find themselves. Meanwhile, Lehigh, fresh off one of the most improbable Mountain Hawk wins ever, their 29-28 win over Princeton, had momentum and confidence to spare.
While Lehigh is expected to lose to supposedly "full-scholarship" teams from the CAA, everything seemed to align - the weather, the home game, and a Wildcat team that was still a work-in-progress.
But the stars aligning for Lehigh last year, however, makes for a much steeper challenge in 2014.
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