News continues to trickle about Liberty’s future football schedules with games continuing to be removed from the Flames’ future slates. On Tuesday, Georgia Southern announced additions to their future football schedules, and, in doing so, have replace the home-and-home series with Liberty.

The Flames were scheduled to play at Georgia Southern on Oct. 25, 2025 and host the Eagles on Oct. 10, 2026. Both of those games have been replaced for Georgia Southern. The Eagles are now scheduled to play a home-and-home series in those two seasons with Jacksonville State who is in the process of moving up to the FBS and Conference USA.

Liberty and Georgia Southern met in the 2019 Cure Bowl, marking the first ever bowl game for the Flames in their first ever season as a full FBS member. The Flames would win that game, defeating the Eagles, 23-16.

With Liberty’s move to Conference USA beginning with the 2023 season, the Flames must purge their schedule to make room for eight conference games. This schedule change can be added to the growing list of games moved or canceled for Liberty as they make this move, including games against North Carolina, South Carolina, Miami (OH), and Virginia.

For all of Liberty’s future football schedules, click here.