The ASOR 2022 Liberty Football Preview Magazine is available now! Click here to access the second annual ASOR Liberty Football Preview Magazine.
Over 13,000 words, nearly 40 pages, several contributors, and countless hours has gone into providing this exclusive go to tool to preview the 2022 Liberty football season!
This 2022 Liberty football preview magazine will combine all of the best coverage of Flames Athletics you have come to know from ASOR. It will be full of exclusive stories including a 2021 season recap, 2022 season predictions, previews, schedule breakdown, roster breakdown, keys to the season, feature stories, and so much more!
Want to know our projected 2022 depth chart? How about schedule predictions from several different ASOR writers? We hand out our preseason awards and breakdown who are the five most likely NFL players on the Liberty football roster. Which position group is the best and which one has the most to prove? Most important returners, top newcomers, immediate impact freshmen? All that and so much more in this magazine!
This magazine is online only and available to all ASOR Club and ASOR Club Football Pass members for no additional charge. It is also available for purchase for $10 for non ASOR Club members. If you haven’t joined ASOR Club, now has never been a better time as you get all of ASOR’s coverage of Liberty Athletics. Click here to join now!
The Flames finished the 2021 campaign with an 8-5 record and won a third straight bowl game with a convincing 56-20 win over Eastern Michigan in the Lending Tree Bowl. Liberty is just one of five FBS teams in the country who have won a bowl game each of the last three seasons, joining Alabama, Georgia, Kentucky, and Louisiana.
In its third year of full FBS eligibility, Liberty earned a third straight bowl victory. The Flames, who also won the Cure Bowl in 2019 and 2020, join Appalachian State as the only teams to win bowl games in each of their first three years after transitioning to FBS from FCS. Liberty has now won eight or more games for the 13th season in program history, including all three years under head coach Hugh Freeze.