Before Liberty hit the field for its first practice of the spring yesterday, LFSN reporter Alan York had a chance to catch up with rising junior quarterback Josh Woodrum.
During today's spring practice report, York and Woodrum talk about Woodrum's first two years as starting quarterback and what the upperclassmen is looking to focus on during the spring workouts.
Woodrum had a banner season in 2013, earning all-Big South second-team honors. The Roanoke, Va., native ranked No. 1 in the Big South in passing yards (2,581) and passing touchdowns (19) and he had the second-best sophomore passing season in program history.
Liberty held the first of 15 spring practices on Wednesday under overcast skies and cooler temperatures (lower 40s). The Flames returned to the Williams Stadium turf on Thursday afternoon under more ideal workout conditions, practicing under mostly sunny skies and near 60 degree weather.
The Flames will hold one more practice this Saturday to close out their first week of work this spring. Saturday afternoon's practice (1 to 3 p.m.) is closed to the general public and media. Liberty's next opening spring practice will be next Tuesday (March 25) from 4 to 6 p.m.
On Saturday, LibertyFlames.com will continue its spring practice coverage when York visits with Flames' defensive coordinator Robert Wimberly.
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