Column: ESP-Em

It’s football season, and you know what that means. Late night NFL watch parties at Buffalo Wild Wings, spending chilly afternoons at football games, and arbitrary divides all across the country. You like one team, your roommate likes another. You grew up in Philadelphia and find out all your group project partners are Dallas fans. Or you just told the […]

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Column: Couch’s Corner

When a quarterback jogs into the huddle, it is common for fans to say, “He’s a good quarterback.” Or they may even be generous and say, “that guy’s a great quarterback.” Even more seldom, one may even go as far as to say, “He’s the best quarterback in the game.”  This presents two questions. How do you define the best? […]

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Swinging up to par

The golf team is getting back into the swing of things as they enter the 2018-2019 season. After finishing 8th in the regional tournament, the team is coming off a season they will hope to improve upon. Senior Gabe Lench has his eyes on the national championship for his final year. “The team goal is still the same and that is […]

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Victorious Victoria

For volleyball senior Victoria Baptista, the 2018 season has already proven more significant than all the others. The outside hitter has been playing volleyball since fourth grade, now in her final season as a Lady Flame, she is leading the team in digs, kills and aces.  Baptista credits her early success to her teammates because when she starts thinking about […]

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Ice Town

The DI Liberty Flames Men’s hockey team kicks off its season Friday against Penn State. The team enters the season returning most of its players and only calling up one.  “It’s gonna be an awesome year,” sophomore forward Jordan Bochinski said. “We have a really close group of guys and a veteran group of guys that have been around the […]

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Football Florence

A very anticipated football game between Liberty University and Norfolk State University (NSU) was postponed until Dec. 2, because of Hurricane Florence. The football game, which would have been held on campus at NSU, was postponed as of 9:00 a.m. Tuesday, due to the anticipated flooding and winds from the incoming hurricane. The game is postponed to December 1 at […]

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Cross-country road runners

Like many Liberty University sports teams, 2018 will be a year of transition and intentional progress for the Flames cross-country squad as they compete in a new conference under an interim head coach. All-American Azaria Kirwa and sophomore standout Noel Palmer headline Liberty’s roster of 12 men and 23 women that will be coached by former Flame, Rebekah Ricksecker. Ricksecker, […]

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Liberty football signs six-year ESPN deal

With greater competition comes greater visibility, as the newly Football Bowl Subdivision-level Liberty Flames football team announced an exclusive multi-year media rights deal with ESPN Aug. 27. As part of the agreement, ESPN will carry all of Liberty’s 2018 home games on the online platform ESPN3, as well as maintain the option of putting matchups on one of their nationally […]

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Column: ESP-Em

If you’ve been on Twitter this week, you know what this column is going to be about. Nike’s ‘Just do it’ ad featuring Colin Kaepernick has made waves since its release Monday, garnering the attention of much of the country.  President Trump tweeted about it. People burned their shoes or cut the Nike swoosh off socks because of it.  A […]

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Hungry for home games

The recent expansion to Williams Stadium includes a new video board, better Wi-Fi speed, and higher seating capacity. Concessions were also updated, bringing a faster, tastier experience for fans. The East side of the stadium previously offered a general concession stand with eight registers. Since the opening of the new stadium, the East wing now offers Auntie Anne’s, Dunkin Donuts […]

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