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Stokes And Sene Focal Point Of This Week's Lynchburg News & Advance Feature Articles

August 9, 2006
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Stokes And Sene Focal Point Of This Week's Lynchburg News & Advance Feature Articles
Chris Stokes, who is making the adjustment to fullback this season, and Stephen Sene, a senior offensive linemen, where the featured athletes in this week's Lynchburg News And Advance football feature articles. Click below to read the full articles.
 
Power running game Stokes Flames fullback
By Chris Lang
Lynchburg News & Advance
August 8, 2006

Once Chris Stokes heard Danny Rocco's basic offensive philosophy, he was sold. A power running game? A two-back offense? Even a three-back offense? Stokes, who converted from tight end to defensive end last fall, made his voice heard before spring practice. He wanted to play fullback. Click here to read more about Stokes and his transition to full back.
 
LU lineman looking for strong senior season
By Chris Lang
Lynchburg News & Advance
August 8, 2006
 
Stephen Sene made a promise to Liberty's athletic training staff well before the Flames hit the field for their first practice last Thursday. Those body cramps he got last summer on the first day, those weren't happening again. No way.
That's how out of shape the offensive lineman was when he showed up to camp last summer. Instead of working out with his new teammates in Lynchburg, the former South Carolina lineman instead stayed home in Columbia to prepare for the season. Click here to read more about Sene as he prepares for his final season at Liberty.