DePauw and Wabash Tangle for 124th Time; 86th for Monon Bell Possession

Greencastle, Ind. - DePauw wraps up the 2017 regular season by hosting Wabash College on Saturday, November 11, in the 124th gridiron meeting between the two schools and 86th for possession of the Monon Bell. A complete set of DePauw game notes is available for download. Kickoff from Nick Mourouzis Field at Blackstock Stadium is set for 1:07 p.m. EDT.

DePauw is 8-1 overall and 7-1 in the NCAC after Saturday's 37-32 win at Kenyon, while Wabash is 7-2 overall and 6-2 in the NCAC following Saturday's 48-41 win at Allegheny.
 
With a win, DePauw would retain possession of the Bell for a second straight year, finish no worse than second in the NCAC standings and remain in the running for an NCAA Division III postseason at-large bid.
 
A Wabash win would mean the Little Giants regain possession of the Monon Bell and capture a share of second place in the NCAC with DePauw.
 
Wabash holds a 60-54-9 series lead including a 41-38-6 advantage in games played for possession of the Monon Bell which entered the rivalry in 1932. DePauw came from behind to win the 2016 game, 37-34, and snap Wabash's seven-game win streak in the rivalry.
 
In addition to radio coverage from DePauw's WGRE (91.5FM) as well as Crawfordsville's WNDY (91.3 FM) and WIMC (103.9 FM), the game will be televised via Fox Sports Indiana, Fox Sports Midwest and Fox College Sports Central. Live streaming is available through the Fox Sports Go app.
 
Fans can advance order copies of the 2017 Monon Bell DVD for an early-bird price of $12.
 
Live links are available above the story. Please visit DePauw's official Monon Bell page for game details.