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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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  • New assistants take the reins at CNU, ODU, HU

    New assistants take the reins at CNU, ODU, HU
    CRAIG SMITH | CNU | LINEBACKERS COACH Christopher Newport's Matt Kelchner unsuccessfully recruited Craig Smith as a player. He gets him a decade later as an assistant coach. Smith, a Virginia Beach native, will coach linebackers for the Captains. He...
  • William and Mary | College football preview

    William and Mary | College football preview
    THE COACH JIMMYE LAYCOCK 34th year (215-160-2, all at W&M) The architect of modern William and Mary football wants no part of soft landings and a cushy endgame while rattling around the building that bears his name. That's why he shook up his...
  • QB Graham comfortably takes reins for W&M

    Quarterback Michael Graham gets a chance to craft a happy ending to an uneven career, as the starter when William and Mary opens at West Virginia. Graham has started six games and played in 11 over the past two seasons. The fifth-year senior has had...
  • Game against Hampton will show if William and Mary learned lesson from 2012

    WILLIAMSBURG — William and Mary could, and arguably should, have beaten Maryland in last season's opener. Coach Jimmye Laycock knew it, as did his staff and players. One super-sized problem: The understandable confidence that the players gleaned...
  • W&M aims to apply West Virginia lessons to Hampton preparation

    WILLIAMSBURG — They don't do moral victories at William and Mary, not when the football program has real ones against programs with more resources and bigger stadia. The Tribe nearly notched another one last Saturday at West Virginia, falling 24-...
  • W&M controls line of scrimmage in 31-7 win against Hampton

    W&M controls line of scrimmage in 31-7 win against Hampton
    William and Mary’s game plan was old-school simple: Run the ball on offense; stop the run on defense; control the line of scrimmage. Aside from several hiccups, mission accomplished. The Tribe ran effectively, prevented Hampton from doing so and...
  • W&M's Abdul-Saboor progresses into every-down back

    W&M's Abdul-Saboor progresses into every-down back
    William and Mary has at least three quality running backs, but the converted quarterback who's played the position for only a year appears to be separating himself from the pack. Mikal Abdul-Saboor has ripped off three consecutive 100-yard games and...
  • W&M faces challenge against CAA preseason favorite Villanova

    WILLIAMSBURG — Jimmye Laycock enjoys winning more than the cool pass plays in William and Mary's playbook, which explains why he doesn't have the shakes after four weeks of defense and the running game. The Tribe hasn't delved deeply into the...
  • Late lapses in defense hurt William and Mary in 20-16 loss at Villanova

    Villanova, Pa. — In winning three consecutive games prior to Saturday's Colonial Athletic Association contest against Villanova, William and Mary was relatively untested late. Taking on the 20th-ranked Wildcats at Villanova Stadium, the Tribe...
  • Perseverance pays off for former W&M walk-on Smith

    Perseverance pays off for former W&M walk-on Smith
    WILLIAMSBURG — The low point, Ryan Smith said, came midway through the 2011 season. Three years in, the William and Mary cornerback was injured and demoted to the scout team, where he was getting no reps in practices or scrimmages. As a walk-on,...
  • Tribe, ODU quarterbacks deal with concussion issues

    Tribe, ODU quarterbacks deal with concussion issues
    Two plays hundreds of miles away last Saturday, in the same area of the football field, produced the same result: concussions for the quarterbacks at Old Dominion and William and Mary. ODU's Taylor Heinicke displayed no immediate symptoms and remained...