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Jimmye Laycock

Jimmye Laycock
Jimmye Laycock is the head football coach at the College of William & Mary. Laycock graduated from William & Mary in 1970 an dplayed football during his time there. He is the most successful head coach in the history of William & Mary football, leading the team to 20 winning seasons and 10 post-season appearances.
Jimmye Laycock is the head football coach at the College of William & Mary. Laycock graduated from William & Mary in 1970 an dplayed football during his time there. He is the most successful head coach in the history of William & Mary football, leading the team to 20 winning seasons and 10 post-season appearances. « Show less

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  • W&M tight end, aspiring coach Bo Revell returns from broken leg

    WILLIAMSBURG — Bo Revell wants to be a college football coach. The job would feed his competitive and analytical sides, not to mention keep him connected to the game he's loved since childhood.
  • With no margin for error, W&M football team in playoff mode

    With no margin for error, W&M football team in playoff mode
    A week ago, William and Mary's postseason football prospects were grim. The offense was stagnant, the quarterback was in street clothes, and the schedule was barbed-wire nasty. Other than that, Jimmye Laycock, how's your day? Today, the offense has...

    Great finish to regular season

    Twenty-five minutes before William and Mary and Richmond kicked off their annual I-64 taffy pull, Villanova did the Tribe a major solid. The Wildcats unexpectedly bounced CAA leader and presumptive No. 1 playoff seed Delaware in Newark. That opened the...

    William and Mary, Richmond prove worthiness of FBS-FCS games

    William and Mary, Richmond prove worthiness of FBS-FCS games
    William and Mary went 1-9 versus Football Bowl Subdivision opponents during the last 10 seasons, but don’t for a moment believe that the Tribe was overwhelmed. Seven of those setbacks were by less than two touchdowns, three by a combined 11 points....

    CNU reverses last season's weak finish, nears Division III playoffs

    No man, beast or inanimate object could escape Matt Kelchner's crankiness. "I was feeling lousy all winter, through spring practice," Christopher Newport's football coach said. "I kept thinking about it. I thought about it when we'd go out to workouts,...