B.J. Farrow was one of three Liberty players honored by the Big South following Liberty's thrilling victory over No. 4/4 Coastal Carolina.
Three key players in Liberty's season finale win over No. 4/4 Coastal Carolina last Thursday have received weekly honors from the Big South Conference.
As announced by the league office earlier today, Josh Woodrum was named Offensive Player of the Week, Trey Turner was named Special Teams Player of the Week and B.J. Farrow was named Freshman of the Week.
The trio of players helped the Flames upend No. 4/4 Coastal Carolina, 24-21, in front of 18,995 fans at Williams Stadium, during Liberty's first-ever nationally televised home football game (ESPNEWS).
Woodrum finished his final career game under center completing 19-of-30 pass attempts for 262 yards and two touchdowns. He posted his 14th career 250-plus yard passing game, tying him for second on Liberty's career 250-yard passing game list (tied with Mike Brown).
Woodrum finished his career as the program's all-time career record holder in passing yards (10,266), completions (833) and attempts (1,304). The native of Roanoke, Va., also completed his career with 61 touchdown passes, which ranks second on Liberty's all-time list (Robby Justino – 64).
With his yardage against the Chanticleers, Woodrum finished his days in a Liberty uniform with 10,690 total offensive yards, setting a new program standard and ranking second in Big South history.
Turner saved one of his best games of 2015 for last, finishing the Coastal Carolina game with seven punts for 289 yards. He averaged 41.3 yards per punt and pinned the Chanticleers inside the 20-yard line four times.
The native of Rome, Ga., averaged 40 or more yards per punt each of the last three games of the year and five times total during the 2015 season.
Farrow only had one reception against Coastal Carolina, but it was a 40-yard touchdown catch with 1:27 left to seal Liberty's season-finale win.
The native of Lynchburg, Va., caught the pass from Woodrum in the middle of the field and broke two tackles to score. The 40-yard reception was his longest of the year and second career touchdown reception.
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