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Game Day Central: Brevard

November 13, 2013
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Greg Pratt will be one of 18 seniors honored prior to kickoff on Saturday.

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Note: Includes all important Game Day links (Live Stats, Live Video, Live Audio, Williams Stadium info, Directions, Parking, Ticket information, etc.)

Liberty Football Game Note:
Liberty vs. Brevard

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 Brevard:
• Liberty's meeting with Brevard will be the first in the series between the two programs
• Brevard is the fourth and final first-time opponent on Liberty's 2013 season
• Liberty is 1-2 on the year against first-time opponents (W/ 45-15 vs. Monmouth; L/ 21-30 vs. Richmond and L/ 17-21 vs. Old Dominion)
• Brevard will be facing its second Big South opponent on the year, as the Tornados opened the year with a 42-24 setback at Presbyterian College on Sept. 7

Senior Day Salute:
• Saturday will be Senior Day at Williams Stadium where 18 players will play in the final regular season game of their collegiate careers
• This year's senior class has posted a 27-16 record during their four-year careers at Liberty, which ranks tied for fifth in program history for most overall victories by a senior class
• This year's senior class has posted an 18-4 record in Big South play during their four-year careers
• This year's senior class has won two Big South titles (2010 and 2012) and will play for their third conference championship next weekend when they face Charleston Southern on the road
• This year's senior class members include: Walt Aikens, Aldreakis Allen, Brandon Apon, Francis Bah, Sorie Bayoh, Grant Bowden, Malcolm Boyd, Aaron Dial, Jibrille Fewell, Kevin Fogg, Cory Freeman, Peter Gagliardi, Scott Hyland, Michael Johnson, Chris Mayo, Greg Pratt, Hunter Steward and Richard Wright

What a Win Means to the Flames:
• Liberty would capture it sixth home victory of the year, accounting for the third time in program history Liberty has won six home games in a season (also in 2007/6-0 and 2008/6-1)
• Liberty would guarantee itself a winning record for the eighth-straight season
• Liberty has posted a winning record (better than .500) 20 times in program history (1974, 1976, 1979, 1980, 1982, 1988, 1989, 1990, 1992, 1993, 1995, 1997, 2004, 2006, 2007, 2008, 2009, 2010, 2011 and 2012)
• Liberty would capture its seventh victory, marking the 15th time in program history the Flames have posted seven or more victories in a season
• Liberty would claim its fourth-straight victory, marking the first four-game winning streak for the Flames under head coach Turner Gill (Liberty won three games in a row twice during the 2012 season)
• Liberty would claim victory in its final regular season home game for the eighth-straight season (Liberty's last loss in its final regular season home game of the year took place on Oct. 22, 2005, when Liberty lost 27-21 at No. 14 Coastal Carolina)

Noting November:
• The Flames won their second game in the month of November on Saturday with a 35-14 victory over PC
• The game against PC is the second of four games this year for the Flames during November
• Since the 2006 season, Liberty has posted a 19-4 record in the 11th month of the year
• Since the 2003 season, Liberty has posted a 25-7 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)
• Liberty is now a perfect 5-0 in games played under head coach Turner Gill during November
• 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

Attendance Notes:
• The VMI game on Nov. 2 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. 4 in the country in total home attendance (97,661), No. 8 in average home attendance (16,277) and No. 24 in filling stadium capacity (84.78 percent)
• Liberty needs 2,339 fans to attend its regular season home finale 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)