By Don Voltz and Sean Greene 6:50pm, July 25, 2012
VIDEO: Don Voltz speaks with WilderOld Dominion enters its 4th and final season in I-AA football with high expectations after winning a game in the NCAA Tournament last year.
The FBS-bound Monarchs finished 10-3 overall, and 6-2 in the CAA, earning a home game and a victory over Norfolk State before falling to Georgia Southern in the second round.
Bobby Wilder's returning crew includes sophomore quarterback Taylor Heinicke, who is the Pre-Season All-CAA quarterback of the year after tossing for 2,385 yards including an incredible 25-to-1 touchdown-to-interception ratio.
Old Dominion will play this season eligible for the I-AA Tournament, but cannot win the CAA championship and automatic bid to the NCAAs as a result of the conference's announced exit policy.
Delaware will face ODU in Norfolk on October 27.
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