Liberty improved to 4-0 on the season with a 38-6 win at FIU on Saturday. Now, the Flames have a week off before switching to a midweek calendar for the month of October, beginning Sept. 5 against Sam Houston.

Several outlets have updated their bowl projections and we have assembled those projections for where Liberty is being pegged.

Having transitioned to Conference USA this summer, there is a new set of bowl tie-ins CUSA has and the Flames will be eligible for.

First off, the Conference USA champion will be in the mix for the Fiesta, Cotton, or Chik-fil-A Peach Bowl if it is the highest ranked Group of Five champion and if it’s not in the College Football Playoff. For the rest of the bowls, CUSA doesn’t have a true pecking order of bowl picks. Instead, the bowls are picked based off a number of factors including geography and best possible matchups.

Here are the bowls where Conference USA has a primary selection:

Bahamas Bowl

Nassau, Bahamas vs MAC

Armed Forces Bowl

Fort Worth, Texas vs American

New Orleans Bowl

New Orleans, Louisiana vs Sun Belt

New Mexico Bowl

Albuquerque, New Mexico vs Mountain West

Independence Bowl

Shreveport, Louisiana vs TBD

If CUSA has additional bowl eligible teams, there are also a number of bowls where CUSA teams can be selected as a secondary team:

Cure Bowl
Hawaii Bowl
Frisco Bowl
Boca Raton Bowl

Under first year head coach Jamey Chadwell, Liberty will be looking to make a fifth consecutive bowl appearance. The Flames have reached a bowl game in each of the four seasons of full FBS eligibility. Liberty is 3-1 in previous bowl games.