Just the other day, news broke that the XFL had registered a bunch of domain names for potential home cities for their new league.
One city on that list was Detroit, Michigan.
Well, on Wednesday, the XFL announced the 8 home cities for their upcoming league and Detroit was left out.
The XFL announces its eight home cities:
Dallas – Globe Life Park
Houston – TDECU Stadium
Los Angeles – StubHub Center
New York – MetLife Stadium
St. Louis – The Dome at America’s Center
Seattle – CenturyLink Field
Tampa Bay – Raymond James Stadium
Washington, DC – Audi Field
— Barrett Sallee (@BarrettSallee) December 5, 2018
Nation, will you tune in to watch the XFL this time around?
It’s that time of year again!
You know, the time when the leaves have all fallen from the trees and we have already had our first snow of the season. Oh, and don’t let me forget, the rumors (and flat out lies) about Jim Harbaugh leaving the University of Michigan for the NFL.
Ever since Harbaugh back to coach at his alma mater, there has been speculation that he was just waiting for the right time to head back to the National Football League. He has been rumored to be the next head coach of the Indianapolis Colts, the Chicago Bears, and there were even some morons out there who thought he would take a job with the Detroit Lions!
Seriously, you cannot make this stuff up. Well, I guess some people can.
Of course, each and every one of those rumors was make-believe horseshit at best. Yet, whenever a rumor would come out, it spread like wildfire. Social media went crazy, local radio hacks/entertainers like Mike Valenti wasted our time discussing it, and plenty of national sports shows such as First Take and Pardon the Interruption made sure to dig into it.
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