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Bobby Wilder

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  • CAA Rewind, Clustering Edition

    Old Dominion’s work week began last Tuesday at 6:45 a.m., with a players-only meeting before practice. Pulses were taken and gripes aired, with memories of the Villanova fiasco still fresh. The result was a Zagat-rated win at Towson and a bounce...
  • ODU prepares for Delaware after big win vs. Towson

    NORFOLK — Thirteen months ago, Old Dominion's team captains went to head coach Bobby Wilder with a concern. Preparing for their first Colonial Athletic Association game, at Delaware, they had a vibe that not all of their teammates thought they could...
  • Old Dominion holds off Delaware 31-26

    NORFOLK — The unit likely never will be compared favorably to the '85 Chicago Bears. But when it absolutely had to make plays, the oft-maligned Old Dominion defense stiffened just enough to key the sixth-ranked Monarchs' 31-26 victory over No. 20...
  • Heinicke throws for 351 yards in Old Dominion's 53-27 win at Georgia State

    ATLANTA — Old Dominion quarterback Taylor Heinicke chose to play football 500 miles away from home, so not many friends, relatives and associates have had a chance to see him play. Although it wasn’t his best effort of the year, he still...
  • Led by ODU, three top-25 CAA teams are best football stories in state

    Led by ODU, three top-25 CAA teams are best football stories in state
    The nation's most productive quarterback and two former backups command center stage as the state's top Football Championship Subdivision programs wind toward their winter finales. James Madison's Michael Birdsong is the young upstart, a true freshman...
  • ODU's Offensive Slippage

    Few teams that lead the nation or are near the top in several offensive categories think that they have pressing issues. But things are different at Old Dominion, which set the bar absurdly high early in the season and has experienced slippage of late....
  • ODU rides Phoebus graduate Tyree Lee to victory over Delaware

    ODU rides Phoebus graduate Tyree Lee to victory over Delaware
    NORFOLK — No matter how high-tech your offense, no matter how gifted your quarterback, there comes a time in every team's season where survival hinges on running the football. Line up, go hat-on-hat up front and hand the ball to your tailback....
  • Teel Time: ODU had plan to practice at UNC if Hurricane Sandy hit hard

    During Hurricane Irene last year, Old Dominion’s football team escaped to Raleigh, N.C., for a day to continue preparations for its season-opener against Campbell. With Hurricane Sandy raining on Hampton Roads, the Monarchs had contingency plans for...
  • ODU, N.C. State agree to home-and-home football series

    Old Dominion's progression into bigger-time football took another step Wednesday. North Carolina State and Old Dominion have signed a home-and-home football contract that will bring the Wolfpack to Norfolk in 2015, ODU officials said. Senior associate...
  • Dee demoted as part of ODU staff shakeup; Nagy new coordinator

    Dee demoted as part of ODU staff shakeup; Nagy new coordinator
    Old Dominion's transition to the Football Bowl Subdivision includes its third defensive coordinator in three years, as head coach Bobby Wilder announced that recent hire Richard Nagy would run the defense. Nagy's promotion was part of a staff shakeup...
  • ODU football recruiting focuses on numbers, defense

    In its first venture into Football Bowl Subdivision recruiting, Old Dominion sought quantity, quality and depth at every position. The Monarchs aimed high, lost more battles than they won, but still helped themselves in the transition to the next level....