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Healthy, experienced offensive line fuels Tribe's ambition this season

As trainers carted Jerry Ugokwe off the Unitas Stadium field last November, William and Mary football coach Jimmye Laycock couldn't avoid the thought: His team's entire starting offensive line, a group with so much promise and youth, was wiped out by injury. "That was pretty discouraging," Laycock said. Ya think? The Tribe contended for the playoffs and rose to No. 10 in the Championship Subdivision polls with a national-caliber tailback, emerging quarterback and above-average defense. What might the ceiling have been were the offensive line not cursed? With training camp set to begin later this month, William and Mary faithful may soon find out. Sure, the Tribe...