Drake Vs. JU 2012: Game Time, TV Schedule, Odds And More

Sophomore Trevius Folston starts his third game for the Jacksonville University Dolphins as they close out the year by facing the Drake Bulldogs.

The Jacksonville University Dolphins close their season on the road on Saturday, facing the Drake Bulldogs. The Dolphins are 7-3, so regardless of the outcome they will post their fifth winning season in a row.

Jacksonville enters the game with a top 25 FCS defense, having given up an average of 20.7 points and 309 yards per game. They'll contend with the No. 30-ranked offense, averaging 418.6 yards and 29 points per game.

Trevius Folston is settling into his role at the head of the Dolphin offense. He took over mid-season when starting quarterback Kade Bell went down to a knee injury, and he has gone 26 of 42 for 220 yards in games he's started. He also hasn't thrown an interception in games he's started. He'll have his work cut out for him against the Drake defense, which is allowing opposing quarterbacks 180 yards and have more interceptions (12) than they do touchdowns allowed (11).

Game Time: 1 p.m. ET
Television Coverage: None
Odds: No odds given

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