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Spring Offensive Spotlight with Streeter

April 1, 2011  Lynchburg, Va.  RSS
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Today, LibertyFlames.com's coverage of spring football practice steps away from the daily sideline reports to bring you an interview with offensive coordinator Brandon Streeter.

Streeter will be entering his third season as Liberty's offensive coordinator, following two very productive campaigns in charge of the Flames' potent offensive attack.

Last year, Liberty had the No. 1 offensive player in the country in quarterback Mike Brown (345.36 yards per game), while the team ranked No. 2 in the same category (459.91 yards per game) and No. 3 in scoring offense (36.45 points per game). The season prior, Liberty led all FCS teams in the nation by scoring 36.36 points per contest.

During today's interview, "Voice of the Flames" Alan York talks with Streeter about the following subject matters: what the team has done since its season finale against Stony Brook, having so many skilled position players returning, improvements from Mike Brown this spring, the veteran play of Liberty's wide receivers, the stellar offseason for the running backs and what the offensive line is looking like this spring with having to replace four starters.

The Flames will be on the turf this afternoon at 4:15 p.m. and once again tomorrow morning at 10:30 a.m. LibertyFlames.com's coverage of spring practice will return to practice recaps tomorrow, providing an update on the Flames' second practice where they run 80-plus scripted plays under the observation of officials. 

LibertyFlames.com will continue with video interviews the next two Fridays, featuring segments with defensive coordinator Tom Clark (April 8) and special teams coordinator Marshall Roberts (April 15).