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Game Day Central: Presbyterian College

November 6, 2013
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Liberty Football Game Note:
Liberty vs. PC

TV Coverage:
Liberty Flames Sports Network
LFSN TV Network Affiliates List
Play-By-Play Broadcaster: Mike Tilley
Color Commentator: Ray Jones
Sideline/Pregame/Halftime Reporters:
Erin McKeown, D.J. Jordan and Paul Rutigliano

Radio Coverage:
Liberty Flames Sports Network
LFSN Radio Network Affiliates List
• Pregame: 2:30 p.m.
• Kickoff: 3:37 p.m.
Play-By-Play Broadcaster: Alan York
Color Commentator: Paul Rutigliano
Sidelines: Nick Pierce
Pregame: Jamie Hall, Matt Camire & Nick Pierce

Mobile Video Coverage:
Liberty Today App

Series with Presbyterian College:
• Liberty leads the overall series with Presbyterian College, 6-4
• Liberty has won all four meetings against Presbyterian College since the Blue Hose became official Big South members in 2009
• Liberty is 3-2 against Presbyterian College in Lynchburg, with both losses taking place at Lynchburg's City Stadium
• Liberty is 3-0 against Presbyterian College at Williams Stadium, having outscored the Blue Hose, 130 to 53, during those contests
• During the last three meetings with Presbyterian College at Williams Stadium, Liberty's average margin of victory is 25.6 points per game and the Flames have scored an average of 43.3 points per game
• The last time the Blue Hose visited Williams Stadium, Liberty needed double overtime to get by Presbyterian College, 27-20, on Oct. 29, 2011

Attendance Notes:
• The VMI game on Saturday was played in front of 18,334 fans, which is the eighth-largest crowd in Williams Stadium history
• The attendance figures for three of Liberty's five home games in 2013 rank in the stadium's Top 10 best-attended games list
• Following the VMI game, Liberty currently ranks No. 5 in the country in total home attendance (87,007), No. 8 in average home attendance (17,401) and No. 21 in filling stadium capacity (90.63 percent)
• Liberty needs 12,993 fans to attend its final two home regular season games to break 100,000 in total home attendance for the first time in program history (stadium record is 98,515 for six home games in 2011)

Noting November:
• Saturday's game against VMI marked the first of four games in the month of November for the Flames
• Since the 2006 season, Liberty has posted a 18-4 record in the 11th month of the year
• Since the 2003 season, Liberty has posted a 24-7 record in the 11th month of the year
• Liberty was 3-0 last year in the month of November during its first season under head coach Turner Gill (W/ 26-12 vs. Charleston Southern; W/ 28-14 vs. No. 6 Stony Brook; W/ 33-14 at VMI)
• During the last 10 seasons, Liberty has posted a perfect record in November five times (2003, 2004, 2006, 2007 and 2012)
• During the 2003 season, Liberty finished the month of November with a 4-0 record, marking the only time Liberty has won four games in the 11th month of the year in program history

Last Time versus Presbyterian College:
• The Flames won their fourth meeting in a row against Presbyterian College, defeating the Blue Hose, 56-7, on Oct. 13, 2012
• Liberty set a new program record with 692 yards of total offense during the contest
• The Flames finished the game with 429 rushing yards and 263 passing yards
• Liberty's rushing total against the Blue Hose fell 30 yards short of the program's all-time single game rushing record (459 rushing yards vs. Norfolk State, 2003)
• Liberty limited PC to 56 rushing yards, marking one of five times the Flames held an opponent to less than 100 rushing yards during the 2012 season
Aldreakis Allen finished the game with a career-best 183 rushing yards and four rushing touchdowns
• Sirchauncey Holloway recorded his third of four career 100-yard rushing games, finishing the contest with 128 rushing yards and a touchdown
• Aldreakis Allen and Sirchauncey Holloway became the 13th pair of Liberty running backs to rush for 100 yards in the same game
Josh Woodrum completed 15-of-21 passing attempts for 232 yards and a touchdown
• Pat Kelly was Liberty's leading receiver, finishing the contest with seven receptions for 79 yards
Walt Aikens and Kenny Scott were Liberty's top defenders in the game, both finishing the contest with seven tackles each
Chima Uzowihe finished the contest with a season-best three tackles for a loss
• PC's lone touchdown of the game came on a 32-yard touchdown pass from Kaleb Griffin to Michael Ruff with 2:05 left to play in the second quarter
• PC finished the game with 12 total drives, eight of which never crossed midfield

Last Time versus Presbyterian College at Williams Stadium:
• Liberty needed double overtime to defeat the Blue Hose, 27-20, on Oc. 29, 2011, the last time Presbyterian College visited Williams Stadium
• Liberty was ranked No. 23 in the Sports Network poll and No. 24 in the FCS Coaches poll coming into the contest
• PC led 10-6 late in the fourth quarter until a 41-yard punt return by Ervin Garner gave the Flames field position inside the Blue Hose's red zone
• Two plays later, Aldreakis Allen capped off a quick 12-yard drive with a six-yard rushing touchdown to give Liberty a 13-10 lead with 1:32 left to play in regulation
• However, PC quickly responded and was able to move the ball downfield 50 yards on seven plays, setting up a Aaron Maves 22-yard field goal to tie the game at 13-13 with five seconds left in the fourth quarter
• Both teams recorded rushing touchdowns during the first overtime
• Michael Ruff rushed 25 yards on the first play of the overtime period to give PC a temporary 20-13 lead
• Aldreakis Allen scored his second rushing touchdown of the game six yards out on the sixth play of Liberty's first overtime period to send the contest into double overtime
• Liberty scored on the first play of the second overtime period when quarterback Mike Brown hit wide receiver Chris Summers in the corner of the end zone for a 25-yard scoring reception
• PC managed to get to the Flames' 10-yard line before linebacker Scott Hyland sacked Ryan Singer for a 12-yard loss and a fourth-down passing attempt fell incomplete to preserve the victory for the Flames
• Aldreakis Allen led Liberty's rushing attack in the game with 26 carries for 131 yards and two touchdowns
• Mike Brown finished the game for the Flames completing 24-of-40 passing attempts for 264 yards
• Chris Summers was Liberty's leading receiver, finishing the game with six receptions for 76 yards and one touchdown
Nick Sigmon was Liberty's top defender, finished the game with 10 tackles (seven solo, three assisted)