WILLIAMSBURG, Va. - Zbig Kepa is stepping down after 21 years as offensive coordinator at William & Mary.
Coach Jimmye Laycock, the Tribe's head coach for the past 33 years, says Kepa is leaving to pursue other career opportunities.
Kepa spent 29 years on Laycock's staff, starting out as a defensive assistant in 1984 and switching to offense the following season. As coordinator, his teams averaged better than 350 yards per game and he guided six quarterbacks and 14 receivers to all-league recognition.
Laycock says a search for a replacement will begin immediately.
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