After leading the Flames' efforts on the field to the most memorable season in program history, Liberty's Malik Willis has garnered the top honor in the Commonwealth of Virginia.
Liberty's Malik Willis is one of three finalists for this year's Dudley Award, as announced by the Touchdown Club of Richmond.
Saturday morning, Liberty Football gave Flames Nation a taste of things to come during the 2021 season when they hosted their Red, White and Blue Preview.
Flames Nation members hungry to watch Liberty return to gridiron will have their chance on March 27 when football hosts the Red, White and Blue Preview.
Jack Curtis, who previously served as the defensive coordinator at Tulane, will bring his vast experience to Liberty Mountain as the Flames' new safeties coach.
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Flames fans can now reserve their season tickets for as low as $70 per ticket, giving them a chance to watch the highest level of competition for less than $12 per game.
Heading into the 2021 season, Liberty will have one of its most experienced rosters in program history with 16 "Super Seniors" returning next season.
All-America honors continue to come in for the Flames with Demario Douglas being selected to the 2020 Football Writers Association of America (FWAA) Freshman All-America Team.
The best season in school history is now complete with the Flames receiving a program-record end of the year national ranking.
Elijah James' blocked field goal play will be one Flames Nation talks about for a long time and now it has earned him national recognition.
Defensive end Durrell Johnson and quarterback Malik Willis headline Liberty's selections to the 2020 Phil Steele Postseason All-America and All-Independent teams.
After leading the Flames through its greatest season in program history, Liberty Head Football Coach Hugh Freeze continues to be honored.
Liberty's Elijah James blocked a game-ending field goal attempt in overtime, sealing No. 23/23 Liberty's 37-34 win over No. 9/11 Coastal Carolina in the 2020 FBC Mortgage Cure Bowl
Dec 26 | Football
No. 23/23 Liberty (9-1) will attempt to defend its FBC Mortgage Cure Bowl title Saturday with a renewal of its rivalry against No. 9/11 Coastal Carolina (11-0, 8-0 Sun Belt).