Former Dallas Renegades Defensive Coordinator Chris Woods joins the show, we talk how he got started coaching football, life in the XFL, his thoughts on Spring Football, and if he thinks Bob Stoops would return to the XFL. Former DC Defenders QB Cardale Jones Hints He Wants to Play in Green Bay. Latest XFL & Player Movement, and more. Plus, your emails and social on when the CFO will be announced. We are live Mondays on YouTube @ 8 pm ET.
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July 27, 2021 at 4:51 pm
Awesome stuff, Mark! Loved watching Coach Woods defense raise hell in 2020….best in the league considering what they had to deal with. Hoping he and Coach Stoops will come back to Dallas in 2023! Make it happen, Rock!
July 28, 2021 at 11:53 am
Still loving the XFL News Hub podcast. I always put it up to the top of the playlist when it comes out.
A little light on broadcasters, Disney is spreading out its sports coverage across its different channels and not focusing them on just ESPN.
Sunday Night Baseball is moving away from ESPN and going to ABC.
Its upcoming new contract with the NHL, some games will be on Hulu.
Other events and games can/will move to ESPN+ and Hulu as ESPN sub fees continue to grow smaller and smaller, as less people have cable subscriptions.
The idea behind the moves is to grow these channels and an effort to recoup the sub fees lost by ESPN and increase subs on Hulu, ESPN+ and other corporate owned outlets.
Also, NBC is shuttering is NBC Sports Network and moving events to Peacock and other outlets.
CBS could be a big factor, needing sports to help fill that void. Golf and international soccer, along with the NFL is its only “big” ticket items.
Warner Media (in the process of merging with Discovery Networks, is moving some of its Turner sports coverages to HBO Max, so when new leadership takes that over, they could be another huge player.
God bless and have a great day!