Tag: VMI football
VMI football head coach Scott Wachenheim today announced the addition of 13 signees to the 2018 recruiting class.
The VMI Athletic Communications office has begun work on a redesign of VMIKeydets.com, according to information released by staff December 28.
Virginia Military Institute football announced five national letter of intent signings on the first day of the December early signing period.
VMI coach Scott Wachenheim talks with reporters after the Keydets’ 26-7 loss to #19 Western Carolina.
The 19th-ranked Western Carolina Catamounts scored the final 26 points of the game on the way to a 26-7 win over the VMI Keydets.
Another Saturday, another ranked foe for VMI football, which this weekend gets Western Carolina.
The Furman Paladins broke open a close game scoring on their first four possessions of the second half and posted a 42-10 win over VMI.
VMI football coach Scott Wachenheim talks with reporters after the Keydets’ 26-7 loss to #20 Samford on Saturday.
Despite an early seven-point lead for the VMI Keydets, the 20th-ranked Samford Bulldogs prevailed 26-7 in SoCon football action.
VMI football is looking to get on track under third-year coach Scott Wachenheim. Samford will not make it easy.
VMI led early in its Southern Conference football contestSaturday afternoon in Macon, Ga., but that lead was short-lived.
VMI head coach Scott Wachenheim talks after the Keydets’ 63-7 loss to Chattanooga on Saturday.
The Chattanooga Mocs scored touchdowns on six of their first seven possessions and never looked back, on the way to a 63-7 win over the VMI Keydets.
VMI knew the 2017 football season was going to be a rebuilding year. Chattanooga, coming off a playoff appearance in 2016, had its usual high expectations.
Quarterback Jimmy Walker threw three touchdown passes to spark Robert Morris to a 23-0 win over VMI Saturday.
The Catawba Indians upset the VMI Keydets, 27-20, in football action Saturday at Foster Stadium in Lexington.
Everything that could have gone wrong for VMI in its opener at Air Force, did.
VMI (0-1) hosts Catawba (1-0) in the 2017 home opener for the Keydets on Saturday at 1:30 p.m.
VMI athletics has announced multiple game day changes that will be implemented beginning with the Sept. 9 game against Catawba.
The Air Force Falcons saw eight different players score touchdowns on the way to a 62-0 win over the VMI Keydets on Saturday.
VMI football closed out the traditional portion of August preseason camp with a simulated “mock game” workout Saturday.
VMI football coach Scott Wachenheim has named redshirt sophomore Austin Coulling starting quarterback for the season opener September 2 at Air Force.
The VMI football team conducted a 78-play scrimmage Saturday afternoon at Foster Stadium.
The official start of 2017 VMI Football preseason camp got underway Monday afternoon at Fiorini Field with high energy and optimism.
VMI football will take on Virginia Tech in Blacksburg in 2026. The game is set for Sept. 5 of that season at Lane Stadium.