Though the XFL and every other major spring sports league have seen their seasons come to anticlimactic ends, it appears the XFL is recouping and gearing up for 2021. Not only are players (who aren’t signed by the NFL or CFL) sticking on their rosters until next spring, it seems the coaches are all in too.
Bob Stoops’ Renegades team flashed some high flying potential in a 2-3 start that earned them 2nd place in the Western Division, and I’m sure he wants to see things through. When asked if he will be back.
“I hope too. The league has been pleased with the success with everything we are doing.” He goes on to say. “I am looking forward to doing this in the future as well. He already have meetings set up for 2021.”Bob Stoops
Stoops is a championship coach, and I bet there’s not one bone in his body that wanted to leave his squad after a loss at home to end the season. The Renegades were easily the most injury-plagued team in the league, as they lost the two leaders of their offense in QB Landry Jones (knee) and OC Hal Mumme (leg).
While some of his guys will inevitably sign with the NFL and CFL in the fall, the Renegades have a lot of talent and enter the offseason with the chance to acquire more and refine their attack.
Dallas got a good sense of how their roster/scheme fit into the XFL’s landscape in what was essentially a trial run for the league, and I’m sure that Stoops is already planning up ways to reload and take on 2021 full force.
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