Freeze and Liberty play their first home game of the pandemic-altered 2020 season at 1 p.m. Saturday when Davis and FIU visit Williams Stadium.
Pierre’s role on the team came as an unexpected surprise following a season in which Freeze and his staff felt the Tampa, Florida, native did not display the body language or initiative to be on the active roster.
Two weeks of dialogue among the football players birthed the motto Created Equally that the team wore as a sticker on helmets at Western Kentucky. LU athletes will wear those decals and patches on their uniforms during the 2020-21 season.
Liberty’s players and coaching staff got first-hand experience at what a socially-distanced crowd looks and sounds like during Saturday’s game at Western Kentucky.
Blake Davis, on the weekend, slides into a racing suit and straps on a motorcycle helmet at one of North America’s premier road courses. The 14-year-old Lynchburg native is racing professionally in the MotoAmerica Series’ Liqui Moly Junior Cup class.
Liberty recorded three consecutive stops on defense after WKU rallied to tie the game, and those defensive stands were vital for the Flames securing a 30-24 victory Saturday.
Malik Willis accounted for more than 300 yards of total offense and scored three rushing touchdowns as the Flames opened the coronavirus pandemic-altered 2020 season with a 30-24 victory at Western Kentucky.
It’s finally here. After so much uncertainty whether or not football would actually be played this season, Liberty’s season debut has arrived.…
Liberty is the first team from the Commonwealth of Virginia to play college football this fall.