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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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  • 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...
  • Regional rivalries aren't highest priority for Hampton Roads football teams

    Hampton Roads is home to four Division I college football programs hailing from two conferences. Which logic says would create natural, interleague, regional rivalries. Were only scheduling so paint-by-numbers simple. Consider William and Mary and...
  • Logan Thomas does not equal Cam Newton, and other football musings

    Logan Thomas does not equal Cam Newton, and other football musings
    Summer just hit fifth gear. The Fourth of July is in the rearview mirror, the Cubs' cause is predictably hopeless and Labor Day is on the horizon. And you know what that means: Hello, football. At least the college variety, which reigns in these parts...
  • 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,...
  • Stout defense fuels comeback

    William and Mary's defense was brilliant last season, carrying the Tribe to the national playoff semifinals and producing two NFL draft choices. Saturday, coordinator Bob Shoop's bunch was even better. Not statistically, mind you. This performance was...
  • 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...
  • Despite losing two NFL draft choices on defense, William and Mary expected to contend in CAA

    Despite losing two NFL draft choices on defense, William and Mary expected to contend in CAA
    WILLIAMSBURG — Jimmye Laycock is tan, rested and ready as he enters his 31st season as William and Mary's football coach. For this Tribe faithful can thank Grail Johnson. Grail is Laycock's first grandchild. She was born this spring to Laycock's...
  • Academic Progress Rates reveal plenty about schools, teams and coaches

    At the risk of sending you straight for the comics: This is a story about numbers. But before sprinting to Mallard Fillmore and Doonesbury, know that these numbers reveal plenty about individual college head coaches and their commitment to education. In...
  • David Teel: Area's many stars shine on sidelines

    Mike Smith's eyes and Mike Tomlin's confidence. John Quillen's fingers and Dennis Kozlowski's voice. George Welsh's defiance and Mike London's energy. Jimmye Laycock's ingenuity and Frank Beamer's persistence. Joe Taylor's faith and Bill Dee's focus....
  • Rivalry could have huge implications

    Rivalry could have huge implications
    William and Mary should have won last season's national football championship. And the Tribe's opening loss this year was a fluke. So preached Old Dominion coach Bobby Wilder this week as he prepared the Monarchs for tonight's visit from their...
  • Paulus paves the way for Tribe in first start at quarterback

    William and Mary was losing momentum with every second. With two-and-half quarters that were every bit as dominant as even the most optimistic fans could have dreamt, the lead over visiting top-ranked Villanova was comfortable and, as it proved,...