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Schedule

Football
FINAL
Sat
Aug 31
Virginia Military Institute
VMI
17
Marshall
Marshall
Huntington, W.Va.
56
Football
FINAL
Sat
Sep 07
Mars Hill
Mars Hill
21
Virginia Military Institute
VMI
Lexington, Va.
63
Football
FINAL
Sat
Sep 14
Virginia Military Institute
VMI
31
ETSU
ETSU
Johnson City, Tenn.
24
Football
FINAL
Sat
Sep 21
Robert Morris
Robert Morris
31
Virginia Military Institute
VMI
Lexington, Va.
21
Football
FINAL
Sat
Sep 28
Wofford
Wofford
51
Virginia Military Institute
VMI
Lexington, Va.
36
Football
FINAL
Sat
Oct 05
Virginia Military Institute
VMI
34
The Citadel
The Citadel
Charleston, S.C.
21
Football
FINAL
Sat
Oct 12
Samford
Samford
41
Virginia Military Institute
VMI
Lexington, Va.
48
Football
FINAL
Sat
Oct 19
Virginia Military Institute
VMI
27
Mercer
Mercer
Macon, Ga.
34
Football
1:30 PM
Sat
Nov 02
Western Carolina
Western Carolina
Virginia Military Institute
VMI
Lexington, Va.
Football
1:00 PM
Sat
Nov 09
Virginia Military Institute
VMI
Furman
Furman
Greenville, S.C.
Football
12:00 PM
Sat
Nov 16
Virginia Military Institute
VMI
Army West Point
Army West Point
West Point, N.Y.
Football
1:00 PM
Sat
Nov 23
Chattanooga
Chattanooga
Virginia Military Institute
VMI
Lexington, Va.
Football Coaching Staff
Kyle Jolly
Offensive Line Coach
Coach Info:
Position: Offensive Line Coach
Email: jollykd@vmi.edu

Kyle Jolly begins his first season on the VMI coaching staff and will handle the offensive line position group.

Jolly arrives from Concord University where he spent the past season as offensive line coach.   

Jolly served one season at Concord and helped improve the 2018 season offensive team numbers substantially in points, first downs, total offensive yards, and rushing yards. Prior to Concord, Jolly served as a graduate assistant coach on offense at Washington for two seasons (2016, 2017) and Old Dominion for three years where he also coached tight ends.

Before entering the coaching profession, Jolly, a 2009 University of North Carolina graduate, spent time in the NFL as a member of the Atlanta Falcons and Pittsburgh Steelers organizations. He was with the Steelers in 2011 when they captured the AFC Championship and appeared in Super Bowl XLV.

As a three-year starter for the Tar Heels, Jolly started 38 consecutive games at left tackle and played against West Virginia University in the 2008 Meineke Car Care Bowl in Charlotte, North Carolina.

Jolly was voted team captain for the Tar Heels in 2009 and received All-ACC honorable mention. 

“I was very impressed with Kyle Jolly throughout the interview process,” said Wachenheim. “Kyle had an outstanding collegiate career at UNC and learned the tricks of the trade in the NFL. He has paid his dues as a graduate assistant coach. Moreover, Kyle has had the opportunity to be on the road recruiting and coach own room. Our offensive line will love the positive energy Coach Jolly brings.”

Kyle’s father, Eric Jolly, is a 1984 graduate of VMI.

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