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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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  • Thursday's local college football roundup: Report: Hokies want long-term, home-and-home series vs. ODU

    Virginia Tech wants to play a long-term, home-and-home series with Old Dominion, John Ballein, the Hokies’ associate athletic director for football operations, told The Virginian-Pilot. Tech is already scheduled to play host to ODU in 2017 and...
  • Green, William and Mary defense face challenge at No. 14 Maine

    Green, William and Mary defense face challenge at No. 14 Maine
    WILLIAMSBURG — Linebacker Airek Green knows that William and Mary leads the nation in scoring defense. He knows that he has a couple of interceptions and is one of the team's top tacklers. He volunteers that he's also tied for the team lead in...
  • 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...
  • DeMatha's Elijah Brooks has embraced his unexpected career path

    DeMatha's Elijah Brooks has embraced his unexpected career path
    Back in college, Elijah Brooks had his future mapped out. Or so he thought. He never envisioned himself as a coach, let alone the big cheese at one of the most prominent high school football programs in the country. And certainly not at the age of 27, a...
  • 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...
  • Couplin, W&M defense face big test versus Mountaineers

    Couplin, W&M defense face big test versus Mountaineers
    WILLIAMSBURG — Jerome Couplin asks for only one gift for his birthday. He will have a say in whether he gets it, as will several dozen of his William and Mary teammates. Couplin turns 22 on Saturday, when the Tribe travels to West Virginia in...
  • 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...
  • 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 defensive line more dynamic, productive so far

    W&M defensive line more dynamic, productive so far
    WILLIAMSBURG — If you're looking for a time when William and Mary's 2012 football season began to unravel, Sept. 8 of last year is a good place to start. The Tribe's home opener against Lafayette came one week after a disheartening loss at...
  • W&M freshman Anderson wedges into crowded backfield

    At 5-foot-9 and 203 pounds, William and Mary redshirt freshman running back Kendell Anderson shouldn’t be considered small. Yet that’s how he views himself, and it informs and motivates him on the football field. Anderson remembers himself...
  • Rhodes gives W&M defense a steady, maturing presence

    Rhodes gives W&M defense a steady, maturing presence
    WILLIAMSBURG — Two months and a conference gauntlet lie ahead, but the vibe surrounding William and Mary's football team is far different than this time last year. The Tribe started poorly and never recovered. This season, W&M (2-1) has won its...