A look back at how Bobby Wilder built a program from scratch


(WAVY) — Bobby Wilder stepped down as head coach of the Old Dominion football team on Monday morning after the Monarchs concluded their third consecutive losing season.

Hired in 2007 after a career as an assistant coach at Maine, Wilder built the Old Dominion from scratch and quickly turned the program into a winner.

Brian Parsons takes a look back at Wilder’s career as the man who resurrected Old Dominion football.

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