Army vs Liberty Live Stream. This is a lean out of the conference on the grid in a week-long football game from the Empire State. The “flames of freedom” are on the way when they go to the “Black Knights” army on Saturday afternoon.
Liberty lifted its first win as an FBS show, beating Old Dominion 52-10 last Saturday to open the season. The army was lost 34-14 on the road by the Duke last Friday in his competition of the opening season. This is the first time that two teams meet in the grid as FBS programs.
Liberty Flames seeks a second consecutive victory to start the FBS Era
Liberty’s attack on the game on FBS was successful, as they dismantled Old Dominion in the game with a two-hour delay. Now Flames must hit the road for the first time as an FBS program on this. “Liberty” took 14-0 goals less than six minutes before the game, and after “Old Dominion” reduced the deficit to 14-10, they scored 38 points in the game. The Flames won the 595-301 lead in a general infraction, collected 29 first downs, allowing 18 and forced two innings, turning one into a win.
Stephen Calvert had a solid game throwing the ball when he hit 25 of 36 passes in 345 yards with four touches in the game. Mason Cunningham hit his only pass in eight yards. Kentori Matthews was a growth leader with 17 games for 101 yards plus a score.
Peyton Pickett, defeated at 10, changed 87 yards plus two scores, while Frank Boyd had 33 yards on four shows. DJ Stubbs led The Flames with seven receptions at 155 yards plus one expense. Antonio Gandhi-Goldson (six receptions, 53 yards, three touchdowns) and B. Ya Farrow (four receptions, 49 yards) were solid targets in the passing game. Aaron Peart raised the seven extra points and his only goal attempt on the field, which came 20 yards.
The black knights of the army even try to score
The army saw that its season had started slowly, as they were thrown by the duke on the way in his opening. The black knights now even look at their brand when they return home for this contest. The army was behind 17-0 in half and could not get close to another 10.
The Black Knights were ripped off by a narrow mark of 381-365 in the competition and cut 19-18 in the first falls in the game. The army turned the ball over twice, simultaneously recording only one take-away, rather than denying them a healthy margin of 36:06 to 23:54 during the possession.
Kelvin Hopkins Jr. made 10 of 21 passes for 197 yards plus one loss count in a deviation from the usual clutter of the triple opponent, which is controlled by the Black Knights. He added 37 yards and a score on the ground for 16 yards.
Calen Holt led a team with seven speakers at 54 yards, while Connor Slomka (five operators) and Darnell Woolfolk (seven operators) added 20 yards each as a result of the loss. In the passing game, Camden Harrison (92 yards, TD) and Glen Coates (23 yards) each had three receptions. Kell Walker (60 yards) and Jordan Asbury (22 yards) added two catches in the game. Landon Saliers hit as his additional attempts, and did not try to put a goal in the goal.