Liberty opened its 2020 season on the run, rushing for an FBS-era-record 363 yards on the way to a 30-24 victory over Western Kentucky, Saturday at Houchens-Smith Stadium.
Liberty will kick off its 48th football season Saturday at Western Kentucky, the Flames' first of two straight Conference USA opponents to start the year.
The Flames kick off their 2020 10-game schedule this weekend when Liberty travels to Bowling Green, Ky., to take on Western Kentucky on ESPNU and the LFSN Radio Network.
During this week's show, Alan York visits with Flames Head Coach Hugh Freeze and Defensive Coordinator Scott Symons to preview Liberty's season-opener at Western Kentucky.
Liberty Head Football Coach Hugh Freeze held his weekly press conference, Monday morning, from the Media Room of the Liberty Football Center.
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Before Liberty started its final week of practice without a game to be played on Saturday, Flames Head Football Coach Hugh Freeze addressed the media on Monday.
Liberty Athletics will virtually welcome member of Flames Nation on September 12 when they host Flames Football Virtual Fan Day.
Flames Nation will have just one time to remember for home football games in 2020, as Liberty Athletics has shifted its home game kickoff times to 1 p.m.
Flames football fans will get to hear directly from their head coach during the 2020 season with the launch of the Liberty Football Show on Monday.
With the Flames' first home football game one month away, Liberty Athletics has announced its updated Williams Stadium seating capacity and ticket policy.
Members of Flames Nation can break out their #BeatCoastal t-shirts earlier than expected as Liberty has added games with Coastal Carolina and North Alabama to round out its revised
Following the Flames' fifth practice of the preseason, Liberty Head Football Coach Hugh Freeze virtually met with the media to discuss his team's progress on Monday.
The Flames did something on Friday morning they have not done in 147 days: practice as an entire team in preparation for the approaching 2020 football season.
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