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FSN 2012 Football Recap with Coach Stamn

December 13, 2012
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The Flames Sports Network continues its postseason coverage of the 2012 football season as FSN reporter Nick Pierce recaps Liberty's offense with offensive coordinator Aaron Stamn.

First-year head coach Turner Gill turned over the offensive play calling duties to Stamn leading into Liberty's second game of the year against No. 24 Norfolk State.

Stamn's offense finished the year ranked No. 40 in the country in total offense, averaging 401.09 yards per game. Liberty missed eclipsing the 300-point mark for the sixth year in a row by one point (299 points scored) and the Flames averaged 32.8 points per game in conference play.

Four of Stamn's offensive players earned All-Big South honors (first team: Aldreakis Allen, RB; Pat Kelly, WR; Aaron Lundy, OL; second team: Jay Weatherington, OL).

Stamn also helped develop quarterback Josh Woodrum, who became Liberty's second football player to earn Big South Freshman of the Year honors. Woodrum, a Jerry Rice Award nominee (top FCS freshman in the country), finished his rookie season under center setting a freshman program record with 1,963 total offensive yards and ranked No. 34 nationally in passing efficiency (137.2).

Stamn's offense helped the Flames win six out of their last seven games and claim the program's fifth Big South title in the last six seasons.

The Flames Sports Network will continue its coverage of the 2012 season tomorrow with an interview with defensive coordinator Robert Wimberly.