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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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  • Little detail in W&M football coaching search

    While it might have been surprising that William and Mary football parted ways with longtime assistant and offensive coordinator Zbig Kepa, it’s unsurprising that head coach Jimmye Laycock and Kepa declined to discuss the decision or the move...
  • W&M's Laycock said offensive changes likely

    Employing the spread offense or the triple-option aren’t under consideration, but William and Mary’s Jimmye Laycock said that just about every other aspect of the offense is under review, after an uncharacteristically poor season. “One...
  • Third-down throws spark Lafayette past W&M, 17-14

    WILLAMSBURG – A year ago, Michael Graham sparked William and Mary to a comeback win in its home opener against New Haven. The senior couldn't rekindle that magic Saturday night, as Lafayette edged the Tribe 17-14 at Zable Stadium in a showdown of...
  • CAA Rewind, Lightning Round

    Atmospheric conditions in the Mid-Atlantic region led to lightning and blowouts in the second week of CAA football. Six games were affected by lightning – delayed starts, interruptions, or in the case of Old Dominion-Hampton, a mercifully shortened...
  • William and Mary offense a concern, not a crisis

    It's too early to assess if William and Mary has the same offensive issues that plagued last year's team. Two games in, though, the Tribe again is unsettled at quarterback due to injuries and productivity. The Tribe had different starters in each game...
  • W&M comes up short again, falls to Towson 20-17

    W&M comes up short again, falls to Towson 20-17
    Give William and Mary two or three more plays in the first two games and its record would have been reversed as it headed into the conference opener. Same refrain afterward. Margin for error, time of possession and lack of execution were the difference...
  • Towson handles William & Mary, 20-17, in home opener

    Towson handles William & Mary, 20-17, in home opener
    In his team's first action since allowing 41 points in its season opener, Towson coach Rob Ambrose on Saturday came up with a rather straight-forward approach to stopping William & Mary. "If they don't have the ball, then outside of us being stupid...
  • CAA Rewind, Lopsided Edition

    This week’s CAA schedule included a lot of backups playing in the fourth quarter and empty seats in the stands at games’ end. The schedule was heavily weighted toward non-conference games, and the average margin of victory was 29.8 points...
  • William and Mary remains encouraged despite 0-3 start

    Old hand that he is, William and Mary offensive lineman Mike Salazar believes that the remedy to the Tribe's frustrating start begins with small steps and a narrow focus. The Tribe sits 0-3 heading into Saturday's 7 p.m. game against Colonial Athletic...
  • ODU, W&M quarterbacks: Runners of Last Resort

    Old Dominion and William and Mary run different offenses and have different approaches to offense. What they have in common is that both are judicious advocates of their quarterbacks as runners. Or perhaps advocates of their quarterbacks running...
  • New coach Andy Linn excited about Lafayette High's football future

    New coach Andy Linn excited about Lafayette High's football future
    WILLIAMSBURG — Andy Linn has coached football at Lafayette High for 14 years, and been the equivalent of an assistant head coach much of that time, so it's not surprising to hear him say the transition to head coach the past two weeks has been...