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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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  • W&M hobbled but undeterred heading into game vs. Villanova

    His starting quarterback is shelved for at least two weeks, his leading rusher is hobbled and his top tackler from last season may be done for the year. Other than that Jimmye Laycock, how goes William and Mary's preparation for Saturday's visit from No....
  • Patience pays for William and Mary tight end Gareth Hissong

    Gareth Hissong isn't done making memories – for himself or for his grandfather. Hissong, a fifth-year tight end at William and Mary who played in 11 games as a reserve sophomore in 2008 before missing all of 2009 with a concussion, made his first...
  • On Campus: Callahan knocked out with injury

    - Paulus leads Tribe comeback - Callahan injures shoulder - Extent of injury unknown So it seems William and Mary's comeback against Maine, in which the Tribe scored 21 fourth-quarter points in a 24-21 victory, was led by ... Michael Paulus....
  • W&M's Michael Paulus feels prepared for his chance at quarterback

    W&M's Michael Paulus feels prepared for his chance at quarterback
    If Michael Paulus plays well Saturday in his first start as William and Mary's quarterback against No. 1 Villanova, it'll go a long way toward lifting the No. 7 Tribe to a huge win and its goal of a Colonial Athletic Association championship. It also...
  • William and Mary overcomes slow start to shake off Rhode Island

    William and Mary overcomes slow start to shake off Rhode Island
    Ben Cottingham knew what was coming. With Rhode Island facing fourth-and-goal from the 3-yard line with 3:36 to play in the third quarter, the Rams were within six points and threatening to make William and Mary pay for letting them hang around most of...
  • If wide receivers emerge, W&M could contend nationally this fall

    If wide receivers emerge, W&M could contend nationally this fall
    WILLIAMSBURG — William and Mary's offense is blessed at tailback, solid up front, deep at tight end and experienced at quarterback. The defense boasts all-conference caliber talent along the line, at linebacker and in the secondary. So what's not...
  • William and Mary's passing game progressing

    William and Mary's passing game progressing
    Two of William and Mary football's primary position concerns will influence the role that the third area will play. Heading into summer training camp, the Tribe's question mark areas were — in no particular order — quarterback, wide...
  • Virginia aims to avoid repeat of W&M upset in season opener

    Two years later, the differences within the Virginia-William and Mary matchup are far greater than the similarities. The Cavaliers are again projected to be a second-tier ACC team. The Tribe figures to be one of the best teams in the championship...
  • Virginia easily handles William and Mary 40-3

    CHARLOTTESVILLE — On their best days, football programs in Division I's second tier have a difficult time against Bowl Championship Series teams. Broad gaps in resources, athletes and available scholarships shrink the margin for error. When second-...
  • From the Tarpit: Silver linings, W&M edition

    William and Mary head coach Jimmye Laycock knew his team probably would need some help from Virginia to come away with a win, even if the Tribe played top shelf. After all, in the Tribe's upset two years ago in Charlottesville, the Cavs coughed it up...
  • William and Mary's Gottlieb works to become one of FCS' best tight ends

    William and Mary's Gottlieb works to become one of FCS' best tight ends
    Had Alex Gottlieb not adapted after he went from starter to spectator during his junior year of high school, William and Mary wouldn't have one of the nation's best tight ends, and it's likely that he wouldn't have professional football opportunities....
  • Not much of a rivalry: W&M dominates series against VMI

    Not much of a rivalry: W&M dominates series against VMI
    William and Mary and VMI get together Saturday for the 88th time, in a series that dates back to 1905. It's the Tribe's second-oldest rivalry, behind only Richmond. The two teams played 65 consecutive years, from 1944 to 2008 inclusive, taking a one-year...