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DePauw Travels to Crawfordsville for 115th Gridiron Clash with Little Giants

DePauw Travels to Crawfordsville for 115th Gridiron Clash with Little Giants

November 13, 2008

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2008 Monon Bell Logo.jpgNovember 13, 2008, Greencastle, Ind. - In the 115th renewal of one of college football's classic rivalries, DePauw travels to Crawfordsville on Saturday for the annual Monon Bell game at Wabash College.

Kickoff for the HDNet national telecast from Hollett Little Giant Stadium is set for 1:06 p.m.

Saturday's game can be viewed on the high-definition network with Kenny Rice calling the play-by-play, Ron Kruck reporting from the sidelines along with Rob Doyle (DePauw '82) and Joe Emmick (Wabash '92) adding color commentary.

Live audio is also available through DePauw student station WGRE. Justin Weiner and John Herrick call the action with Tyler Archer and Scott White reporting from the sidelines. Coverage begins at 10:30 a.m.

DePauw is 7-2 on the season and finished Southern Collegiate Athletic Conference play with a 5-2 record after last Saturday's 28-12 home win over Rhodes.

Wabash, ranked second in the American Football Coaches Association poll and third by d3football.com, is 9-0 this season and wrapped up North Coast Athletic Conference play with a 7-0 mark and the conference's automatic qualfiication into the Division III Championship.

DePauw trimmed Wabash's lead in the series to 53-52-9 with last year's last-second, 24-21 win in Greencastle. The Monon Bell entered the all-time series in 1932 and DePauw holds a 36-34-6 advantage in games played for its possession. 

The Monon Bell traditions are captured through DePauw's Monon Bell site including recaps of all 114 contests via Monon Memories.