Longtime offensive coordinator resigns at William & Mary

WILLIAMSBURG, VA (WWBT) - William and Mary Head Football Coach Jimmye Laycock announced today that long-time offensive coordinator Zbig Kepa has resigned his position, effective immediately.

Kepa will leave Williamsburg having spent nearly three decades on the Williamsburg campus.  He arrived in 1984 as a part-time assistant with the defensive staff, before switching over to the offensive side of the ball for the 1985 season, where he remained a fixture for the next 28 years.  He spent the last 21 seasons as the Tribe offensive coordinator, where his charges averaged better than 350 yards of offense a game.  Overall, Kepa has worked with six different quarterbacks who have earned a total of 13 all-league honors since the Tribe moved into conference play prior to the 1993 season.  During the same span, Kepa has mentored 14 receivers to a total of 17 all-conference accolades.

The Tribe finished 89th in scoring offense among the 121 FCS teams.

The Tribe will begin an immediate national search for his replacement.

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