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WHO: Alderson Broaddus University (2-4 overall, 1-2 G-MAC) at Hillsdale College (5-1 overall, 4-0 G-MAC)

WHEN: 4 p.m. Saturday

WHERE: Hillsdale, MI | Frank "Muddy" Waters Stadium

LISTEN: WCSR 92.1 FM | Hillsdale, MI | Andy Brown play-by-play

LINKS: Live Stats | Webcast | Tickets

Charger Football Game Notes - Week 7

Alderson Broaddus University football webpage

G-MAC Standings

G-MAC Statistics


  • This game marks the first-ever visit to Frank "Muddy" Waters Stadium for the Alderson Broaddus University Battlers
  • Three of Hillsdale's next four games are at home, after playing four of the past five on the road
  • The Chargers won a wild shootout in the first-ever meeting between these teams last year 37-31...Hillsdale rallied from a 24-7 first-half deficit to win
  • Both teams are coming off victories last week...the Battlers won a 55-27 contest with Lake Erie while the Chargers ended a seven-year winless drought against Findlay in a 20-17 road triumph
  • A win would make Hillsdale 6-1 overall for the first time since 2010 and just the second time since 1992
  • Joe Philipp (Special Teams) and Drake Temple (Defense) were named G-MAC Players of the Week this week...They are the third and fourth Chargers to win conference weekly honors this season, joining Austin Sandusky and Matt Harding
  • Six of Hillsdale's 10 interceptions this season have come inside its own red zone - that is, inside its own 20-yard-line...The Chargers' 10 interceptions are tied for first in the conference
  • Trey Brock needs 13 receptions to break Andre Holmes' career record for receptions...Trey enters play this week with 207 career catches, and Andre caught 219 in his career that spanned from 2007-10
  • A win this week would give the Chargers their first five-game winning streak since 2010...Hillsdale hasn't won more than six in a row in a season since 1992, when it won seven straight
  • The Hillsdale defense is allowing 19.5 points per game, #1 in the G-MAC...Last week the Chargers held Findlay to 28 points below its season scoring average and held the Oilers to nine fewer offensive touchdowns than it had scored the week before
  • The Battlers feature a dangerous offense, capable of putting up big numbers...Over its last five games, AB is averaging 36.4 points per game, including a 55-point outburst in last week's win over Lake Erie