Who is the best and the worst-dressed player on the Old Dominion football team? Junior safety Sean Carter reveals all.
It’s another tough test for Norfolk State as the Spartans get ready for a showdown against the defending FCS national champions.
William & Mary quarterback Tommy McKee has shown he can beat you with his feet and his arm.
Bobby Wilder announced he’s lost his top receiver, and it couldn’t have come at a worse time.
The Monarch defense sacked UMass quarterback Andrew Ford a school record eight times.
Mckee used his legs and his arm to lead the Tribe to their first win of the season.
Jackson threw for 222 yards and two touchdowns, while Greg Stroman returned a punt 61 yards for a touchdown.
It’s the Old Dominion Football Show with Bruce Rader and coach Bobby Wilder.
Old Dominion linebacker Marvin Branch from Suffolk enters the One-Minute Drill with Brian Parsons.
Jimmye Laycock has lost his best offensive player for the foreseeable future.
Josh Jackson begins his career as the Hokies’ starting quarterback throwing for 235 yards and a touchdown.
Bronco Mendenhall’s second season as head coach begins with a win.
Virginia State quarterback Cordelral Cook rushed for two touchdowns, and Virginia State held off Norfolk State to win the Labor Day Classic
Old Dominion won its season opener by defeating Albany 31-17 on a rainy Saturday evening at S.B. Ballard Stadium.
K.J. Kearney threw four touchdown passes for the Captains, who began the season with a win.