He also had this to say about the league:
“They did everything right. Everything from the drafting to development of the teams, the players. I’m kinda really excited because The Rock has bought the league, and we’re gonna kinda wait through this pandemic stuff and go again in 2022.”June Jones
Coach responded with this tweet to clarify his statement:
Jones coached the Roughnecks to a 5-0 record before the season ended early. His QB, PJ Walker, led the league in passing, and turned that success into an NFL contract.
Even earning his first start after QB Teddy Bridgewater suffered an injury that made him miss some action. The two stay in touch, and because of a game between Temple and SMU when Walker was a freshman, Jones knew he had to have PJ in Houston with the Roughnecks.
“And I’m gonna be honest with ya, it’s gonna work.”June Jones, about the XFL’s 2022 plan
June has also been a head coach in college at SMU and Hawaii, and has held coordinator jobs in the NFL. Now he teaches how to be a coach, teaching his style on CoachTube.com.
What is his style? He says passing the football. In his courses on the site, he teaches coaches ways to move the ball down the field the way that has proven to work for him.
“I do things different, and we win.”
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