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Gill Recaps Final Scrimmage of Training Camp

August 24, 2018  Lynchburg, Va.  RSS
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Entering the team's final few days of August Training Camp, head coach Turner Gill took time to meet with the media on Friday to discuss his team's preparation for the season.

The Flames held the third and final scrimmage of training camp on Thursday. The morning workout saw Liberty finish with six or seven touchdowns according to Gill; however, the Flames' defensive units caught the eye of the seven-year head coach with two interceptions and a fumble recovery.

Gill said the Flames focused on situational football during the scrimmage – four-minute and two-minute drills, short-yardage plays, goal line plays and two-point plays.

Following a light workout on Sunday and a day off for the first day of classes on Monday, the Flames will officially enter game week with preparation beginning for their season opener against Old Dominion on Sept. 1.

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On Feb. 16, 2017, the NCAA approved Liberty's waiver request to begin the two-year FBS reclassification process. Liberty completed its final season as a FCS program in 2017, playing as a member of the Big South Conference.

The Flames will host their first FBS home game against Old Dominion on Sept. 1, the first of four FBS teams to visit Williams Stadium in 2018 to meet the FBS reclassification criteria. The 2018 home schedule also features FBS matchups against North Texas (Sept. 22), Troy (Oct. 13) and New Mexico State (Nov. 24).

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