I'm in the minority who believes going FBS is going to pay off for Liberty. I think they'll be able to play lower level P5 teams in Lynchburg while also finding a way to schedule Home/Home with the service academies and probably 3/1 deals with BYU & ND. They'll also be in play for Home and Home with G5 members in the Sun Belt, MAC, AAC and CUSA. Liberty will find a way to get decent recruits and I believe they already had plans for a renovation of their stadium to get it up to 30 and 40k with expansion up to 60k (doubt they'll ever get that big enough to warrant 60k seats). Ideally they'll probably hope to win 6-7 games annually once they're fully a FBS member to get their application approved for either CUSA or the AAC. Cincy, UConn, Houston and Memphis are always mentioned as teams considered by the Big 12 and ACC for expansion and when that happens Liberty will be in position to apply for their spots in the AAC along with ODU, Marshall, MTSU and UAB.