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XFL Head Coaches by the Numbers

by Fran Stuchbury
May 23, 2019 - XFL (XFL)

The XFL has named its eight coaches for the league's inaugural season which begins in February. To recap, Bob Stoops will lead Dallas, June Jones helms Houston, Winston Moss lands at Los Angeles, Kevin Gilbride commands New York, Jonathan Hayes coaches St. Louis, Jim Zorn takes charge at Seattle, Marc Trestman guides Seattle and Pep Hamilton directs the fortunes of the Washington D.C. franchise.

Here they are, by the numbers:

1 - College Football National Championship won by Dallas head coach Bob Stoops for Oklahoma in 2001.

1 - Super Bowl XLV won by Los Angeles head coach Winston Moss when he was an assistant with Green Bay Packers in 2011.

2 - Western Athletic Conference Championships won by Houston coach June Jones with Hawaii (1999, 2007).

2 - Super Bowls won XLII in 2008 and XLVI in 2012 by New York head coach Kevin Gilbride when he was offensive coordinator for the New York Giants.

2 - CFL head coach of the Year awards won in 2009 with Montreal and 2017 with Toronto by Tampa Bay head coach Marc Trestman.

3 - CFL Grey Cup Championships in 2009 and 2010 with Montreal Alouettes and 2017 with Toronto Argonauts by Tampa Bay head coach Marc Trestman.

4 - Year career as a quarterback for the Atlanta Falcons by Houston head coach June Jones.

4 - Offensive coaching jobs with the New York Jets, San Francisco 49ers, Cleveland Browns, and Chicago Bears by Washington D.C. head coach Pep Hamilton.

6 - Big 12 Coach of the Year Awards by Dallas head coach Bob Stoops (2000, 2003, 2006, 2008, 2015, 2016).

8 - Seasons as a starting quarterback for the Seattle Seahawks by Seattle head coach Jim Zorn.

10 - Big 12 Championships for Oklahoma by Dallas head coach Bob Stoops.

12 - Seasons played in the NFL by St. Louis head coach Jonathan Hayes.

13 - Career touchdown receptions in the NFL by St. Louis head coach Jonathan Hayes.

13 - Seasons as a quarterback coach for NFL teams (Detroit Lions, Seattle Seahawks, Baltimore Ravens and Kansas City Chiefs) by Seattle head coach Jim Zorn.

18 - Seasons as a head coach for Oklahoma by Dallas head coach Bob Stoops.

20 - Years of NFL coaching experience by Los Angeles head coach Winston Moss.

20 - Years of NFL and college football coaching experience by St. Louis head coach Jonathan Hayes.

22 - Years of coaching experience with the NFL and in college football by Washington D.C. head coach Pep Hamilton.

34 - Years of coaching experience in the NFL, USFL, college football and the CFL by Houston head coach June Jones.

35 - Years of coaching experience in the NFL, CFL and college football by Tampa Bay head coach Marc Trestman.

39 - Years of coaching experience in the NFL, CFL and college football by New York head coach Kevin Gilbride.

41 - Number of overall pick for St. Louis head coach Jonathan Hayes when he was selected in the second round of the 1985 NFL Draft by the Kansas City Chiefs as a tight end from Iowa.

50 - Number of overall pick for Los Angeles head coach Winston Moss who was selected in the second round of the of the 1987 NFL Draft by the Tampa Bay Buccaneers as a linebacker from Miami-Fla.

53 - Total NFL victories by Houston head coach June Jones, Tampa Bay head coach Marc Trestman, Seattle head coach Jim Zorn and New York head coach Kevin Gilbride.

59 - Average age of the eight XFL coaches. Kevin Gilbride is the oldest at 67. Pep Hamilton is the youngest at 44.

86 - Total Regular season CFL victories by Tampa Bay head coach Marc Trestman and Houston head coach June Jones.

111 - Touchdown passes in his NFL career by Seattle coach Jim Zorn.

153 - Receptions in his 12-year NFL career by St. Louis head coach Jonathan Hayes.

169 - NFL games played with Tampa Bay Buccaneers, Los Angeles Raiders and Seattle Seahawks by Los Angeles head coach Winston Moss.

302 - Total College Football victories by Dallas head coach Bob Stoops and Houston head coach June Jones.

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