It didn’t take long for Hugh Freeze to lead Liberty to its first bowl win in program history.

In his first season as the head coach for the Flames, Freeze led them to a 23-16 victory over Georgia Southern in the Cure Bowl on Saturday. After losing three of its final five regular-season games, Liberty bounced back to finish the season 8-5 after its bowl win.

Not everybody expected the Flames to notch their first bowl victory, though. In fact, former Georgia quarterback Aaron Murray, who is now an analyst for CBS Sports, thought Liberty was spending too much time at amusement parks during its preparation for the game in Orlando.

After the Flames then won, Freeze made sure to call out Murray on Twitter:

This was Freeze’s first year back on the sidelines after a tumultuous end to his time at Ole Miss. He coached the Rebels from 2012-16, resigning from the position prior to the 2017 season as the program was investigated for recruiting scandals.

The last time Freeze had coached a team to eight or more wins was in 2015, when Ole Miss won 10.

Liberty had won less than eight games in each of the previous four seasons prior to Freeze’s arrival.