The Flames welcomed the media to their first open workout of spring practice on Saturday and Flames Head Coach Hugh Freeze met with the media following the two-hour practice.
Liberty began its annual spring workouts on Friday morning, holding practice from 7:20 to 9:20 a.m., its first of 15 workouts scheduled during March and April. Eleven of Liberty's 15 spring practice sessions will be held early in the morning before the players head off to class.
The Flames will hold three Saturday afternoon practices during spring workouts, including Liberty's annual spring football game on Saturday, April 4. Kickoff for the game is slated for 1 p.m.
Liberty's annual spring practices are preparing the Flames for the 2020 season, where Liberty will be looking to make back-to-back bowl game appearances.
Liberty's 2020 home schedule is very balanced with home games every other weekend, never keeping Flames Nation too long for a return visit to Williams Stadium to cheer the Flames on to another victory. The Flames open the home portion of their schedule on Sept. 12 against North Carolina A&T.
Flames Nation can reserve their season tickets for as low as $70 per person for general admission seating, giving college football fans a chance to watch the highest level of competition for less than $12 per game.
By visiting www.LibertyFlames.com/Tickets, fans can see the variety of numerus season ticket options available throughout the 2020 season.
Season ticket packages for Liberty' six-game home schedule include: West Club Level ($380), West Premium Chairbacks ($165), West Reserved Benchbacks ($130), East Reserved Benchbacks ($100), West Reserved Benchbacks ($85) and East General Admission ($70).
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