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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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  • ODU-William and Mary football series may not die Saturday after all

    ODU-William and Mary football series may not die Saturday after all
    WILLIAMSBURG — The demise of football games between 757 neighbors William and Mary and Old Dominion isn't as long-term, or permanent, as many of us feared. Tribe athletic director Terry Driscoll said Tuesday that the schools have tentatively agreed...
  • William and Mary aims to slow down ODU in rivalry matchup

    WILLIAMSBURG — The William and Mary brain trust's chief concerns about Old Dominion's offense are its talent, pace and productivity. Other than that, the Tribe has the Monarchs covered. "They're their own breed o' cat," William and Mary defensive...
  • Heinicke, ODU come back to beat W&M 41-31 | Football

    NORFOLK — Old Dominion's superb quarterback, Taylor Heinicke, is described many ways for his many attributes. William and Mary coach Jimmye Laycock offered one more possibility: alien cyborg. "I think he's got 360-degree vision," Laycock said. "I...
  • ODU, William and Mary play to type in Monarchs' victory

    ODU, William and Mary play to type in Monarchs' victory
    NORFOLK — Typical William and Mary. Competitive, creative, but not quite good enough. Typical Old Dominion. Explosive, athletic, but just sloppy enough to keep things interesting. And so the collision of these neighboring football programs...
  • CAA Rewind, Home Stretch Edition

    William and Mary’s anguish has taken many forms this season: a kicker’s right foot; a shoulder sling; a penalty flag; a bolt of lightning. Add to the menu a bouncing ball and the questionable decision of an Old Dominion sophomore to grab...
  • Tribe loses season finale 21-14 to Richmond | Football

    WILLIAMSBURG — They made a lot of things interesting. But as has been the case all too often this season, William and Mary's Tribe couldn't quite make enough things happen. As a result, a disappointing season ended on a familiar note, as the Tribe...
  • W&M's Webb a rare talent at cornerback

    W&M's Webb a rare talent at cornerback
    WILLIAMSBURG — Finding B.W. Webb on the football field is easy. When William and Mary opponents throw the ball, look to the other side of the field. The Tribe's all-conference cornerback understands that's his competitive lot in life. He even...
  • W&M football radio analyst Sheeran broadcasts final game Saturday

    Bob Sheeran has found himself at a loss for words more often in recent days than perhaps at any time in his life. All because he decided to step away from the microphone on Saturdays. Sheeran, William and Mary's living, breathing athletic institution,...
  • Inside the BRD: Story on 1970 Newport News-Hampton Turkey Day Game

    When I was a little kid, the Newport News-Hampton football game each Thanksgiving was among the biggest sports event on the Peninsula every year. I attended three of those games and, I'm sure I speak for many, it felt like you were attending the Super...
  • W&M wraps disappointing season, looks ahead to next year

    Accommodating gent that he is, Jimmye Laycock thought for a couple of seconds before responding to a question that might not have an answer. Worse to lose close games in creatively agonizing fashion, or to be non-competitive and get blown out routinely?...
  • Inside the BRD: Recruiters flock to see Grafton's Jesse Santiago, Tyler McMillan

    In addition to featuring the Bay Rivers District basketball favorites, Wednesday's boys basketball game between Grafton and Bruton featured at least two college coaches on hand to view basketball and football recruits. William and Mary football coach...