As of Tuesday morning, Liberty’s 2020 football schedule remains fully intact, but as we have seen in recent days, that is certainly subject to change.

Just last week, the Ivy League announced it would suspend all fall sports. The Big Ten and PAC-12 then canceled all non-conference games, and rumors of the ACC doing the same followed. The league has since stated the ACC would not make any adjustments to the 2020 schedule until later this month.

The Flames’ 2020 schedule contains 3 ACC teams, including the season opener at Virginia Tech on Sept. 5. Liberty AD Ian McCaw has previously stated  that he has had preliminary conversations with the other FBS Independent schools about scheduling one another in the event that all conferences move to the conference only plan.

With last week’s announcements by the Big Ten and PAC-12, several teams have already lost games, including fellow Independent BYU who has last 5 games from its 2020 slate. Certainly, McCaw and members of his staff have been on the phone frequently over the past few days talking to the fellow Independents and others who have had their schedules already affected.

One of those schools appears to be TCU.

The Forth Worth Star-Telegram is reporting that Alabama, BYU, Liberty, and Texas A&M are all “possibilities” to replace Cal on TCU’s schedule. The Horned Frogs and Golden Bears were scheduled to meet Sept. 5 in Berkeley.