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  • ODU athletic director knows first-hand the challenges of upgrading to Bowl Subdivision football

    ODU athletic director knows first-hand the challenges of upgrading to Bowl Subdivision football
    Wood Selig has been here before and vows not to repeat his mistakes. Here is shepherding a football program from AAA to the big leagues. Mistakes include crippling schedules and high-volume redshirting. Selig is Old Dominion's athletic director. He is...
  • ODU Hoops Transition

    As Old Dominion begins planning for the move to Conference USA, Garmins might become standard issue during the transition, as the Monarchs figure how to get where they’re going in their new league. Unfamiliarity aside, travel might not be as...
  • A Tiger's Take: Towson AD Waddell weighs in on CAA

    As Colonial Athletic Association honchos and members prepare for conference meetings next week, I went fishing for the athletic directors at Towson, Delaware and Hofstra to get their perspectives on what the suddenly-depleted league needs to do. A couple...
  • Saturday's 11/3 local schedule (updated Saturday AM with many matchups and extra events)

    COLLEGES Football William and Mary at New Hampshire, noon Hampton at Howard, 1 Apprentice at Wesley, 1 Savannah State at Norfolk State, 2 Old Dominion at Georgia State, 3:30 Greensboro at Christopher Newport, 7 Men’s soccer USA South final (in...
  • College basketball preview: CAA storylines

    Colonial Athletic Association The CAA is in transition. VCU is gone, and Old Dominion and Georgia State are on their way out the door. The tournament will be truncated, and the power has shifted north, at least for the moment. 5 STORYLINES 1 DREXEL...
  • CAA Rewind, Week 11

    Clearly, we have reached the point that requires chicken blood and ritual animal sacrifice. William and Mary has tried conventional means of achieving success, methods that have worked for, oh, mostly the last 25 years. Something stronger is needed....
  • With momentum, William and Mary prepares for JMU

    It could all crumble against James Madison's nasty-quick defense, but William and Mary has developed some offensive rhythm in the past couple of weeks, despite a revolving door at quarterback and now at running back. "I think we've done a pretty good...
  • Tribe down to No. 3 QB Graham after season-ending injuries

    William and Mary's revolving door at quarterback appears to have come to an end, with word that Raphael Ortiz and Brent Caprio have season-ending shoulder injuries. Michael Graham, a one-time starter but the No. 3 quarterback of late, will get the call...
  • ODU looks to solidify, enhance playoff position in final two games

    ODU looks to solidify, enhance playoff position in final two games
    NORFOLK — Recent history suggests that Old Dominion's win last Saturday secured a spot in the Football Championship Subdivision playoffs. The final two weeks will determine when and where. "I think first and foremost, my experience in this league...
  • OLD DOMINION: Monarchs have last shot at postseason until 2015

    THE COACH BOBBY WILDER Fourth year (27-8, all at ODU) In a secure room deep below the Powhatan Complex, it's apparent that they have developed human cloning capabilities. Wilder, the Monarchs' happy warrior, is everywhere: camps, clinics, the...
  • W&M: B.W. Webb, Ryan Moody among those to watch at William and Mary

    THE COACH JIMMYE LAYCOCK 33rd year (213-151-2, all at W&M) Not much that hasn't already been said or written about Laycock. He's as much a part of William and Mary as the Wren Building and the Sunken Gardens. He's the reason football matters at William...
  • CAA Rewind, Week One

    It’s rare that FCS teams walk out of FBS stadia with legitimate gripes that they let one get away, but William and Mary falls into that category after Saturday’s 7-6 loss to Maryland. The Terps are nothing special at full strength, and...