XFL names Oliver Luck as commissioner and CEO

Posted June 06, 2018

The @XFL2020 has named former National Football League and NCAA player and executive Oliver Luck as its first Commissioner and CEO, sources tell ESPN.

Earlier in his career, Luck served as President of NFL Europe and General Manager of the league's Frankfurt Galaxy and Rhein Fire.

A formal announcement was scheduled for later Tuesday.

Vince McMahon announced the return of the XFL back in January, with the inaugural season set for 2020.

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Oliver Luck, the former West Virginia athletic director and the father of Indianapolis Colts quarterback Andrew Luck, will be running the league. "All of those combined led me to believe the key ingredients to a successful launch are there to deliver great football, which I think was one of the failings of the original league". The XFL confirmed the news moments later on its Twitter account. The XFL previously existed for just one season back in 2001. "His experience as both an athlete and executive will ensure the long-term success of the XFL", McMahon said.

Oliver Luck is leaving the NCAA.

As for any movement on where some XFL teams might call home, NBC Sports reports the league is exploring the possibility of adding a team to play at its Camping World Stadium in Orlando. "The league will launch with eight teams, 40-man active rosters, and a 10-week regular season schedule, with a postseason consisting of two semifinal playoff games and a championship game". There's a reported $100 million outlay by McMahon to start the XFL.

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