MBB Game Day: Jacksonville State
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Liberty’s Top Storylines
• Liberty ranks second in the country in three-pointers per game (12.3). The Flames are also No. 2 nationally in effective field goal percentage (59.1), No. 4 in assist/turnover ratio (1.66), No. 6 in three-point percentage (40.8) and No. 8 in assists per game (18.6).
• This is the second-ever meeting between the schools. JSU topped Liberty 77-67 last season in the inaugural meeting at Liberty Arena.
• Liberty is 9-1 over its last 10 games and has won five straight games. The Flames are scoring 77.7 ppg over the last 10 and allowing only 55.8 ppg. Liberty is shooting 49.6 percent from the floor and 43.8 percent from three-point territory in that time.
• The Flames are 52-11 all-time in ASUN regular season play, an .825 winning percentage. Liberty is 28-3 (.903) in ASUN home regular season contests.
• Darius McGhee remains first in the nation in three-point field goals per game (5.00) and total three-pointers made (75).
• McGhee has 2,194 career points, third most in school history. He needs 18 points to surpass Liberty Athletics Hall of Fame member Larry Blair (2,211 points) for second place in program history.
• McGhee has 441 career three-pointers and is one of two active Division I players with 400 or more threes. He is currently eighth all-time with those 441 threes.
• McGhee is a three-time ASUN Player of the Week this season and has earned the honor eight times overall.
• Here is a look at Liberty’s year-by-year ASUN record:
2022-23 Season: 2-0
2021-22 Season: 12-4 (East Division)
2020-21 Season: 11-2
2019-20 Season: 13-3
2018-19 Season: 14-2
• The Flames are No. 62 in the NCAA Men’s Basketball NET rankings (through Jan. 2 games).