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2019 Liberty Bowl

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2019 AutoZone Liberty Bowl
61st Liberty Bowl
1234 Total
Navy 3773 20
Kansas State 01007 17
DateDecember 31, 2019
StadiumLiberty Bowl Memorial Stadium
LocationMemphis, Tennessee
MVPMalcolm Perry (QB, Navy)[1]
FavoriteNavy by 2[2]
RefereeTra Blake (ACC)[3]
United States TV coverage
NetworkESPN & ESPN Radio
AnnouncersESPN: Roy Philpott (play-by-play), Kelly Stouffer (analyst) and Lauren Sisler (sideline)
ESPN Radio: Bill Roth (play-by-play), Dustin Fox (analyst) and Taylor Davis (sideline)
 Liberty Bowl 
 <  2018  2020 > 

The 2019 Liberty Bowl was a college football bowl game played on December 31, 2019, with kickoff at 3:45 p.m. EST (2:45 p.m. local CST) on ESPN.[5] It was the 61st edition of the Liberty Bowl, and one of the 2019–20 bowl games concluding the 2019 FBS football season. Sponsored by automotive retailer AutoZone, the game was officially known as the AutoZone Liberty Bowl.


The game featured the Navy Midshipmen of the American Athletic Conference (AAC) and the Kansas State Wildcats of the Big 12 Conference. This was the first meeting between the two programs.[6]


Navy entered the game with a 10–2 record (7–1 in conference), ranked 21st in the AP Poll. The Midshipmen finished tied with Memphis atop the West Division of the AAC; the Tigers advanced to the AAC Championship Game due to their win over Navy in September. Navy faced two ranked FBS teams during the season, defeating SMU and losing to Notre Dame.

Navy averaged 360.82 yards rushing per game during the regular season, 49 yards more than any other FBS team.[7] Their 10 regular season wins, including a December 14 victory in the Army–Navy Game,[8] was a seven-win improvement over their 2018 team team that finished 3–10. This was Navy's second Liberty Bowl; their 1981 team appeared in that season's Liberty Bowl, losing to Ohio State, 31–28.

Kansas State

Kansas State entered the game with an 8–4 record, having recorded three more wins than their 2018 team. They were 5–4 in conference, finishing in a four-way tie for third place in the Big 12. The Wildcats defeated both ranked FBS teams they faced, Oklahoma and Iowa State. Kansas State head coach Chris Klieman previously led North Dakota State to four FCS titles.[7]

During the regular season, the Wildcats allowed only 21.5 points per game and had the third-best passing defense based on passing yardage. Jordan Brown led the offense with 698 yards in only 10 games; as a team, they averaged 189 rushing yards per game.[9] This was Kansas State's second Liberty Bowl; their 2015 team appeared in the 2016 Liberty Bowl, losing to Arkansas, 45–23.

Game summary

2019 AutoZone Liberty Bowl
1 2 34Total
No. 23 Navy 3 7 7320
Kansas State 0 10 0717

at Liberty Bowl Memorial StadiumMemphis, Tennessee

  • Date: Tuesday, December 31, 2019
  • Game time: 3:45 p.m. EST (2:45 p.m. CST)
  • Game weather: Clear • Temperature: 50 °F (10 °C) • Wind: SW 10 mph
  • Game attendance: 50,515
  • Referee: Tra Blake
  • TV announcers (ESPN): Roy Philpott (play-by-play), Kelly Stouffer (analyst) and Lauren Sisler (sideline)
  • ESPN game summary
Game information
First Quarter
  • (4:26) NAVY – Bijan Nichols 21 yard field goal (Drive: 11 plays, 55 yards, 6:38; Navy 3–0)
Second Quarter
  • (13:13) KSU – Phillip Brooks 66 yard punt return, Blake Lynch kick (Kansas State 7–3)
  • (9:31) NAVY – Malcolm Perry 27 yard pass to Keoni Makekau, Bijan Nichols kick (Drive: 8 plays, 75 yards, 3:42; Navy 10–7)
  • (2:27) KSU – Blake Lynch 39 yard field goal (Drive: 13 plays, 49 yards, 6:59; Tied 10–10)
Third Quarter
  • (10:15) NAVY – Chance Warren 20 yard rush, Bijan Nichols kick (Drive: 7 plays, 75 yards, 4:45; Navy 17–10)
Fourth Quarter
  • (5:17) KSU – Skylar Thompson 1 yard rush, Blake Lynch kick (Drive: 6 plays, 79 yards, 3:12; Tied 17–17)
  • (0:02) NAVY – Bijan Nichols 23 yard field goal (Drive: 13 plays, 70 yards, 5:12; Navy 20–17)


Statistics NAVY KSU
First downs 19 10
Plays–yards 63–421 41–170
Rushes–yards 54–323 27–46
Passing yards 98 124
Passing: Comp–Att–Int 6–9–0 10–14–0
Time of possession 36:31 23:29
Team Category Player Statistics
Navy Passing Malcolm Perry 5/7, 57 yards, 1 TD
Rushing Malcolm Perry 28 carries, 213 yards
Receiving Chance Warren 1 reception, 41 yards
Kansas State Passing Skylar Thompson 10/14, 124 yards
Rushing James Gilbert 8 carries, 39 yards
Receiving Wykeen Gill 2 receptions, 57 yards


  1. ^ @munzly (December 31, 2019). "Malcolm Perry is the Liberty Bowl MVP" (Tweet). Retrieved December 31, 2019 – via Twitter.
  2. ^ "Navy vs. Kansas State - Game Summary". Retrieved December 31, 2019.
  3. ^ "2019-20 bowl officiating assignments". December 9, 2019. Retrieved December 12, 2019.
  4. ^ "2019 Bowl Schedule". Retrieved December 13, 2019.
  5. ^ "2019-20 college football bowl schedule, games, dates, times, TV channels". Retrieved June 19, 2019.
  6. ^ "Navy Midshipmen vs. Kansas State Wildcats football series history". Retrieved December 8, 2019.
  7. ^ a b "No. 21 Navy to match up with Kansas State in Liberty Bowl". Fox Sports. December 8, 2019. Retrieved December 9, 2019.
  8. ^ Fornelli, Tom (December 14, 2019), "Army vs. Navy Game 2019 score, takeaways: Midshipmen snap streak behind historic Malcolm Perry performance", CBS Sports, retrieved December 15, 2019
  9. ^ Engels, Sully (December 8, 2019). "K-State to face Navy in Liberty Bowl". KSNT. Retrieved December 9, 2019.

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