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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 routs Georgia State 35-3 for first win

    WILLIAMSBURG - For four games, snake-bitten William and Mary seemingly couldn't catch a break. So in the fifth, the Tribe decided to create a few of its own. Seven forced turnovers later, the Tribe celebrated their first victory of the season courtesy of...
  • William and Mary's McBride becoming a playmaker

    Tre McBride didn't expect it would be easy. Playing Division I college football as a true freshman in a complex offense at a new position doesn't lend itself to seamless transitions. Still, McBride admitted that there were plenty of difficult moments...
  • Defensive Slippage at W&M

    William and Mary allowed Maryland just 236 yards of total offense and came up with four turnovers in the season opening 7-6 loss. The Tribe defense hasn’t been that effective since. Lafayette, Towson and Delaware all gained more than 300 yards, and...
  • CAA Rewind, Week One

    It’s rare that FCS teams walk out of FBS stadia with legitimate gripes that they let one get away, but William and Mary falls into that category after Saturday’s 7-6 loss to Maryland. The Terps are nothing special at full strength, and...
  • Sports TV and radio: Wednesday's 9/5 log (updated Wed. AM)

    9:30 a.m. Football: Oct. 2007: Hampton vs. Phoebus.--LSC 48 10:30 a.m.    Tennis: U.S. Open.--Tennis Channel Noon    Tennis: U.S. Open.--ESPN2 Noon Basketball: Jan. 2000: Kecoughtan girls vs. Hampton.--LSC 48 1:30 p.m. Basketball: Jan. 2003: Bethel...
  • Caprio sidelined for W&M; Ortiz and Graham compete for QB job

    William and Mary quarterback Brent Caprio will miss at least one week, coach Jimmye Laycock said Tuesday, leaving Raphael Ortiz and Michael Graham to compete for the starter’s leading into Saturday’s home opener against Lafayette. Caprio...
  • Patience, work pay off for W&M running back Jones

    Patience, work pay off for W&M running back Jones
    Meltoya Jones is sore and couldn't be happier. Soreness is a badge of honor for running backs, and the William and Mary tailback spent much of his college career fresh and fit. "It's good to feel some soreness," Jones said. "I haven't really felt that...
  • 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...