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College football preview: Trine vs. Albion

When: 1 p.m. Saturday

Where: Fred Zollner Stadium (5,000/FieldTurf), Angola

Radio: 88.3 FM

Records: Trine 3-2, 1-0 MIAA; Albion 3-1, 0-0

Series: Albion leads 7-5


Scouting report: After losing two straight, Trine has won two in a row following its 30-20 victory over Kalamazoo last week. The Thunder took a 17-0 lead, then fell behind 20-17, only to score 13 unanswered points. The combination of quarterback Ryan Hargraves and wide receiver JaVontae Hence continue to be the Thunder’s most potent weapons. Hargraves threw for 211 yards against Kalamazoo, and Hence had 11 receptions for 137 yards and a touchdown. Hence has 36 catches this season, which equals the rest of the team’s production. … Albion had a bye last week after its 35-16 win over Central College. It has a balanced offensive attack, averaging 151.2 rushing yards and 167.2 passing yards. Running back Clinton Orr averages 114.8 yards and has scored 10 touchdowns.

– Steve Warden, The Journal Gazette