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Liberty Set to Honor Seniors Prior to Brevard Game

November 15, 2013
|  Lynchburg, Va.
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Liberty will face Brevard College tomorrow in its final home regular season game of the year. The Flames will honor their 18-member senior class prior to the contest against the Tornados.

Following the Flames' final full practice of the week on Thursday, Liberty Flames Sports Network reporter Alan York had a chance to talk with Flames Head Coach Turner Gill.

This year's senior class has posted a 27-16 record during their four-year careers. The graduating group is tied for fifth place in program history for most victories by a senior class. The group has also posted an 18-4 record in Big South play and will play for its third Big South title next week when Liberty travels to face Charleston Southern.

Tomorrow's meeting with Brevard will be the Flames' fourth and final first-time opponent on its 2013 schedule. Liberty is 1-2 on the year when facing opponents for the first time. The Flames opened up their 2013 home slate with a victory over future Big South foe Monmouth (45-15), while falling on the road in first-ever matchups against Richmond (30-21) and Old Dominion (21-17).

Tomorrow's Senior Day contest will be televised on the Liberty Flames Sports Network, ESPN3 and MASN. Pregame radio coverage will begin at 2:30 p.m. on the Liberty Flames Sports Network and the game will kick off at 3:37 p.m. from Williams Stadium. For more information about the game, visit Liberty's Game Day Central page.