The Tampa Bay Times is reporting that Josh Bullock is the new team President for XFL Tampa Bay. An official announcement from the XFL could come as soon as today.
Bullock was the senior associate director of athletics and the senior director of development with the University of South Florida since 2018. Before that, he was the Tampa Bay Rays’ vice president of corporate partnerships. He held that position for seven years. He served as general manager for ISP Sports (now IMG College) at UCF from 2007 to 2010 and associate general manager for ISP Sports at Virginia Tech from 2004 to 2007.
Bullock said he wasn’t looking to leave USF. But “Opportunities like this just don’t happen in sports, to be part of building a professional sports franchise, to come in at the ground floor and be able to roll up your sleeves and really have impact,” he said. “There’s so many advantages to doing it this way, where your voice can be heard. There’s not a whole lot of pre-existing rules and regulations. There’s very little baggage to kind of sort through to get something going.”
He will join Head Football Coach/GM Marc Trestman, Offensive Coordinator Jamie Elizondo and Defensive Coordinator Jerry Glanville. This leaves St Louis and Dallas as the only other XFL teams without a team President.
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