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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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  • Beamer's hiring 25 years ago inspired, historic for Hokies, Baughman

    <big>Beamer's hiring 25 years ago inspired, historic for Hokies, Baughman</big>
    The bedsheet banner, hanging outside a Jamerson Center window, begged him to stay. "Dutch Don't Go We Need U" But Dale T. "Dutch" Baughman is a cowboy by birth and a rebel at heart. After six contentious months as Virginia Tech's athletic director, he...
  • 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...
  • Sudden stardom at W&M

    Sudden stardom at W&M
    R.J. Archer will never approach William and Mary's career passing records. But the owner of those marks says Archer can secure what he could not: NFL employment. "The thing R.J. has going for him is that he's still very much raw," said David Corley Jr.,...
  • No playoff talk by William and Mary's Laycock yet

    No playoff talk by William and Mary's Laycock yet
    If you're looking for excuses to avoid Christmas shopping and holiday spending options that don't involve barstools, that football factory in Williamsburg has just the thing: playoff tickets. William and Mary officials make it clear, at the top of the...
  • Seasoned Richmond seeking national championship encore

    Seasoned Richmond seeking national championship encore
    From last season's national championship to next year's stadium unveiling to long-standing academic standards, the University of Richmond football program has much to offer. But for all those assets, the most striking element of the 2009 Spiders is their...
  • Outstanding defense is surprise, but Laycock gets reward by staying true to core

    Who said Jimmye Laycock could no longer surprise us? After 30 years at William and Mary, didn't we know what he was about? Freewheeling, imaginative offenses. Quarterbacks who pitch it around. Lots of points, lots of yards. First team to 40 wins. Yet as...
  • Confident Tribe seems eager for playoff opportunity

    William and Mary's football team found solace in its season-ending, overtime loss to Richmond last year when the Spiders won the national championship. The collective reaction: "That could have been us." Twelve months and another wrenching defeat to...
  • Tribe is built for long haul

    Only Mickey Matthews knows if he was blowing smoke, but his assessment of William and Mary's football team Saturday certainly was generous. After the Tribe bludgeoned his James Madison Dukes 24-3, Matthews said this was the best William and Mary team he'...
  • U.Va. must wonder if it should have hired W & M's Laycock in 2000

    U.Va. must wonder if it should have hired W & M's Laycock in 2000
    The University of Virginia snubbed Jimmye Laycock nine years ago. Don't expect a correction now. In many regards, Laycock was and is the Cavaliers' model football coach. His William and Mary program wins games, entertains fans and transforms young men...
  • U.Va.'s first bowl year, Tomlin strike chords

    Nov. 3, 1984 — Virginia 27, West Virginia 7. En route to their first bowl bid, the Cavaliers earned their first national ranking in 32 years by manhandling the No. 12 Mountaineers in Morgantown. West Virginia had just defeated Boston College (...
  • Tribe will try to beat the spread ... Virginia's offense, that is

    In plotting strategy for William and Mary's football opener, defensive coordinator Bob Shoop studied tape of Oregon, Texas Tech, West Virginia, Northwestern and Bowling Green. Oh, and Virginia. The Tribe kicks off 2009 at Virginia on Saturday, but...