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Bye Week Review: Offense

September 29, 2012
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During the annual bye week, LibertyFlames.com will provide a series of interviews to review the different areas of Liberty's football team, continuing today with the offense.

The Flames' offense has managed to outgain three of its first four opponents in 2012 and is currently averaging 380.2 total offensive yards per game.

Liberty's passing game led the Flames during the month of September, with 65.6 percent of Liberty's total offensive numbers coming through the air (998 passing yards, 523 rushing yards, 1,521 total offensive yards).

Liberty's two quarterbacks have accounted for two-thirds of the Flames' offense. Redshirt freshman Josh Woodrum has completed 58-of-79 pass attempts for 581 yards and three touchdowns, while junior Brian Hudson has completed 33-of-60 pass attempts for 418 yards and three touchdowns.

Aldreakis Allen (281 yards and 0 TDs) and Sirchauncey Holloway (233 yards, 2 TDs) pace Liberty's ground game, while Pat Kelly has twice as many receiving yards as any other Liberty receiver (315 yards and 34 receptions).