Sports Director Joshua Lipowski sits down with Liberty Basketball and Football Broadcaster and host of Flames Central Matt Warner to discuss time at Liberty, growth there, his love for Kansas City sports, and how he got into broadcasting.
Liberty football fans can celebrate as the Flames move to 4-0 heading into Syracuse. Overall, it was a blowout as Liberty won 40-7 with another stellar defensive effort. There is a lot of good, moving parts to the whole team right now. “Last week, we didn’t pass the test.” Head Coach Hugh Freeze stated,…Details
The Liberty Flames defeated the UNA Lions in convincing fashion on Saturday by the score of 28-7. The win moved Liberty to 3-0 on the season as they continued their hot start. “Feeling great!” said Senior running back Joshua Mack, “I don’t think I’ve ever started 3-0 in my life besides high school, to start…Details
The Liberty Flames welcomed fans back to Williams Stadium on Saturday afternoon, and treated them to a 36-34 nail-biting win over the FIU Panthers. Even though the scoreboard showed that the Flames had moved to 2-0, it was clear that there is a lot of work to do for this Flames team. “I think there are a lot of things…Details
Courtesy of: Jesse Rogers The Liberty Flames got their season underway on Saturday in Bowling Green, Kentucky with a 30-24 victory over the Western Kentucky Hilltoppers. Junior Quarterback Malik Willis stole the show rushing for 168 yards (a Liberty quarterback record) and three of Liberty’s four touchdowns. This went along with an efficient day throwing the ball going 13 for 21 for 133…Details