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September 9, 2007
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Watch Danny Rocco's postgame press conference.

Watch Danny Rocco's postgame press conference.

Head Coach Danny Rocco's Postgame Press Conference (Video file)

Liberty won their fifth-straight game with a 35-14 win over visiting Shippensburg, Saturday evening, at Williams Stadium.

As part of LibertyFlames.com's continuing coverage of the football program, the web site will bring you weekly postgame comments from head coach Danny Rocco.

During Liberty's six home games, LibertyFlames.com will provide video footage from the postgame press conference. For road contests, the web site will provide audio coverage of Rocco's after-game comments.

Continue to check back weekly to catch head coach Danny Rocco's postgame comments.

Flame Facts from the Shippensburg Game:

• Liberty's win on Saturday pushed the Flames to 2-0 on the season. Liberty has started both seasons under head coach Danny Rocco 2-0 and eight times total in the 35-year history of the program.

• Dating back to last season, the Flames have won five-straight games, which ranks tied with Drake for the nation's third-longest winning streak at the NCAA FCS level.

• Liberty is one of 28 NCAA FCS level football programs (out of 108) to start the 2007 college football season 2-0.

• Liberty had 12,331 fans in attendance on Saturday evening against Shippensburg, marking the sixth-largest crowd in Williams Stadium history.

• Liberty currently ranks No. 3 nationally in total home attendance (27,256), No. 6 in stadium capacity (113.57 percent) and No. 12 in average home attendance (14,021).

• Williams Stadium has hosted more than 12,000 fans in four out of eight home contests under second-year head coach Danny Rocco.

• Prior to Rocco's arrival, Liberty had eight games with 12,000 or more fans in attendance since opening Williams Stadium in 1989.

• Liberty currently ranks No. 7 in the nation in average punt return yardage (20.43) and in turnover margin (+2.50).

• The Flames will be on the road five out of the next six weeks, with the only home contest being against St. Francis, Pa., on Sept. 29 (streak also includes a bye week on Oct. 13).

• Zach Terrell posted his second-straight 100-yard rushing performance with 129 yards on 24 careers.

• Zach Terrell now has six 100-yard rushing performances during his three years, ranking tied for No. 7 in program history (along with James Cole and Kim Raynor).

• Zach Terrell gave the Flames their first touchdown against Shippensburg on Saturday evening, marking the eighth-straight game the junior has rushed for a touchdown.

• With his 129 yards on the evening against Shippensburg, Zach Terrell moved into the No. 8 spot on the Big South all-time rushing list with 1,623 rushing yards.

• Wynton Jackson recorded a career-high with 106 yards receiving against Shippensburg on Saturday. His previous career best was 100 yards (on 12 catches) against Youngstown State in 2005.

• Wynton Jackson recorded the second multiple-receiving touchdown performance of his career on Saturday, tying his two-touchdown game against Charleston Southern in 2005.

• Wynton Jackson's 88-yard punt return was the second-longest punt return in program history, ranking only behind Andrew McFadden's 93-yarder against Delaware State in 1995.

• Wynton Jackson's 88-yard punt return set a new Big South record, bettering Coastal Carolina's Graham Williamson's 87-yard return against Davidson on Nov. 8, 2003.

• Wynton Jackson leads the Flames and the Big South Conference with four touchdowns, ranking him tied for No. 12 nationally in points per game (12.00).

• Patrick Calvary's 61-yard interception against the Red Raiders, which he returned for a touchdown, ranks as the seventh longest in Big South Conference history.

• Wynton Jackson is one of four players in the nation to have returned a punt return for a touchdown this year and the only player with two returns for a score.

• Nick Hursky recorded his second-straight, double-figure tackle total on the year with 11 tackles against the Red Raiders, which has the junior tied for No. 15 in the nation in tackles per game (11.5).

• Stevie Ray Lloyd tied a career high with 12 tackles against Shippensburg on Saturday, moving him over the 100-career tackle total (101 since joining the program last year).