Liberty took care of business at home Saturday night at Williams Stadium with a 45-17 win over the Old Dominion Monarchs. The Flames improved to 3-0 on the season for a second straight year. Following the conclusion of week 3 of the college football season, here’s a look at what bowls Liberty is currently being projected into.

The Flames are looking to return to a bowl game for the third straight season after Hugh Freeze led the program to bowl appearances in its first two seasons as a full FBS member. Liberty has only made an appearance in the Cure Bowl in Orlando, Florida, winning that game against a Sun Belt opponent in each of the past two seasons. In 2019, the Flames knocked off Georgia Southern, and in 2020 Liberty defeated former Big South rival Coastal Carolina in overtime.

Liberty is back in action this week, heading back to New York to take on Syracuse in the Carrier Dome for a second straight season. Kickoff against the Orange is Friday night at 8:00 p.m. and will be televised on the ACC Network. Syracuse is 2-1 this season following a 62-24 win over Albany this past Saturday. The Flames opened as a 7 point favorite against the ACC program.