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Game Day Central: Concord

October 17, 2012
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Note: Includes all important Game Day links (Live Stats, Live Video, Willliams Stadium info, Directions, Parking, Ticket information, etc.)

Game Notes:

Concord Game Notes

Television Coverage:

Flagship Station:
Liberty Channel - Local Coverage

National Coverage:

ESPN GamePlan

MASN2 - Local/Regional Coverage
DirecTV – Channel 641
Dish Network – Channel 433

Regional Coverage:
WSET D2 RTV 13.2 - Local/Regional Coverage

JCTV - National Coverage

Christian Television Network - Regional Coverage

Legacy Television Network – Regional Coverage

Radio Coverage:

Broadcast Times:
Pregame Tailgating Show: 2 p.m.

Flagship Station:
Victory FM (88.3 FM WRVL)

Network Affiliates:
Click here for Complete Network Affiliates listing

Concord Series Notes:
• Liberty leads the series, 4-0
• Concord is one of 35 opponents that Liberty is undefeated against
• Liberty squared off against Concord first in 1992 and faced the Mountain Lions for three straight years (1992, 1993 and 1994)
• The last time the two teams met was in 2005 with Liberty winning on Sept. 3, 17-6
• Liberty has allowed Concord a total of 17 points in four games
• Liberty has outscored Concord 132-17 in its four previous matchups against the Mountain Lion
• This meeting will mark the first time in the series with Concord that the game has not taken place early in September

Significant Notes from Presbyterian College Matchup:
• The Flames move to 2-0 in Big South play
• Liberty has now won its first two Big South games of the year for the sixth year in a row
• Liberty finished the game with a program-record 692 total offensive yards
• Following a career day, Aldreakis Allen was named Big South Co-Offensive Player of the Week
• Liberty's 49-point victory over PC was tied for the fifth largest margin of victory in program history
• Liberty's 56 points scored is the most by the Flames in a road game in program history

Attendance Figure Notes:
• The Homecoming game on Oct. 6 was played in front of 18,239 fans
• The attendance figure marked the fifth largest crowd in Williams Stadium history
• Three of Liberty's top five Williams Stadium attendance figures have now come from Homecoming games
• The Homecoming game against Gardner-Webb was the seventh highest attended FCS game in the country that weekend
• Liberty currently ranks No. 11 in the country in total home attendance (51,204), No. 13 in average home attendance (17,068) and No. 23 in filling stadium capacity (88.90 percent)