Vince McMahon just made the wisest decision yet when it comes to the XFL 2.0.

Hoping to bring some class, stability, and credibility to the league, ESPN’s Adam Schefter is reporting that Oliver Luck, the father of Indianapolis Colts quarterback Andrew Luck, and a current top official for the NCAA, will be the first commissioner and CEO of the rebooted XFL.
“The XFL will be a labor of love as I get to combine my experiences as a player and executive,” Luck told ESPN in an email. “I’m thrilled to have this unique opportunity to reimagine the game that has been a constant in my life for 40 years.”
Luck will leave his role at the NCAA, where he oversaw the organization’s eligibility requirements and academic affairs, relocate from Indianapolis to the XFL’s headquarters in Connecticut to prepare for the league’s launch in 2020.




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