DePauw and Wabash Battle for 126th Time; 88th for Monon Bell Possession

Greencastle, Ind. - In a renewal of one of college football's oldest and most-played rivalries, DePauw hosts Wabash this Saturday in the Monon Bell Game. Kickoff on Nick Mourouzis Field at Blackstock Stadium is set for 1:07 p.m. DePauw is 5-4 overall this season and 5-3 in the North Coast Athletic Conference after last week's 34-0 home win over Oberlin. Wabash is 7-2 overall and 7-1 in the NCAC following last Saturday's 24-0 home win over Hiram. A complete set of DePauw game notes is available for download.

Wabash holds a 62-54-9 series lead including a 43-38-6 advantage in games played for possession of the Monon Bell which entered the rivalry in 1932. The Little Giants topped the Tigers last year in Crawfordsville by a 24-17 score to retain possession of the Bell.
 
In addition to radio coverage from DePauw's WGRE (91.5FM) as well as Crawfordsville's WCVL/WIMC/WCDQ, the game will be televised via FOX Sports Indiana, FOX Sports Midwest and FOX College Sports Atlantic. Live streaming is available through the FOX Sports Go app and FOXSportsGO.com. Complete telecast information is available here. The game will be viewed by joined gatherings of DePauw and Wabash alumni at various sites across the country.
  
Live links are available above the story. Please visit DePauw's official Monon Bell page for game details including ticket information.