2014 Liberty Flames Football Schedule
The Flames are back for another season in the Big South sure to be loaded
with intense moments that you'll want to experience first-hand, so don't even think about being left out of the action as
the Flames look to make it happen this year. In 2013, the Flames put together yet another impressive season, going 4-1 in
the conference and 8-4 overall on their way to giving their fans some amazing thrills. With a roster that brings back much
of the dynamic talent from the previous season and some exciting new recruits, the Flames definitely won't be going quietly
in the conference this season as they look to make their move towards the top of the standings.
With an explosive team
that can do a little bit of everything, you can also count on there being plenty of fanfare in the stands at Williams Stadium,
an iconic venue that has been a major part of the Lynchburg, Virginia sports scene since the late-1980s. Home games against
teams like Brevard, Bryant, Richmond, Gardner-Webb and more will bring plenty of fans into the stands to be a part of the
action, as this is a team that definitely isn't going to be going quietly this season. Once you're there in the middle of
an exciting matchup that could go either way, you'll definitely be glad that you're not sitting anywhere else.
Flames Football Team Info
In the Big South, the Flames have been the dominant team over the past few years and look
to be the team to beat again this season. With some talent on both sides of the ball, the Flames are sue to give their fans
some big-time thrills as they look to pile up the wins and give their fans some major thrills in the process. It's never easy
in a tough conference with Charleston Southern, Monmouth, Coastal Carolina, Presbyterian and Gardner-Webb, but the Flames
have too much talent to be intimidated and you can count on the Liberty faithful to be coming out in droves all season long
to be a part of the bone-jarring action.
NCAA Football Experience
College football has plenty of great
games on the schedule each and every season, from plenty of top-tier regular season matchups and bowl games to historic rivalries
that you'll have to see first-hand to believe. These are some of the best amateur athletes you're going to find anywhere,
providing plenty of incentive to head out and make sure that you don't miss a snap of the action. When the game is up in the
air and the Flames are digging in looking to make one more big play to seal the deal, it won't be hard to see what all of
the excitement is about surrounding the Liberty Flames football experience.
Liberty Flames Football History
a program that dates back to 1973, the Flames don't have one of the oldest programs in the country, but they've already had
some amazing moments over the years. With more than 200 all-time wins in a short time span, the Flames definitely are no strangers
to pulling down the victories, with six conference titles and some incredible seasons as they've become staples of the Big
South. It also doesn't hurt that Williams Stadium is the perfect place to see a huge game, as it's become a major tradition
over the last quarter-century and continues to provide an exciting backdrop for all of the most anticipated games of the season.
Liberty Flames Football Trivia
Did you know that Rashad Jennings played for the Flames?
the country for his fantasy football relevance, Jennings was a dynamic player for the Flames before he was selected in the
seventh round of the 2009 draft by the Jacksonville Jaguars. Though seventh round picks often don't even make the team, Jennings
played four seasons with the Jags and showed some major flashes before playing for Oakland and moving on to play with New
York (Giants). None of that should come any surprise to Liberty fans, however, as Jennings averaged nearly six yards a carry
and was simply unstoppable at times during his brilliant collegiate career.
Liberty Flames Football Fans
another amazing season of highlight-reel football, the Flames are sure to wreak havoc on the Big South as they look to make
pile up the wins and make a move up the conference standings. If you've never been out to Williams Stadium, you have absolutely
no idea what you're missing, as you can't duplicate the intensity of the crowd sitting on your couch no matter how impressive
your entertainment system is. When the game is up in the air and two talented teams are battling it out down below, it won't
be hard to get sucked right into the action, particularly when one of the teams is the Liberty Flames. With a great fan base
that always shows up to provide the backbone of home-field advantage, it simply doesn't get any better than this.