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Sunday May 25, 2003: The Detroit Fury are peaking at the right time under X-XFL Xtreme Head Coach Al Luginbill. A two-point conversion completion by Andy Kelly, despite tight defensive coverage with no time remaining, gives the Detroit Fury a 55-54 win at interstate rival and 2001 Arena Bowl Champion Grand Rapids. Dallas WR and X-XFL Enforcer Luke Leverson had a TD reception in a losing effort for Dallas versus the Georgia Force. For more: Arena Football

Saturday May 24, 2003: A NEW BMS XFL Rant! BMS looks at X-XFL QBs with a shot at an NFL roster...

Friday May 23, 2003: X-Xtreme wideout Copeland re-inks with CFL's Alouettes...

After much research, the return of Where are they now? At least from the vantage point of where they are at in football. This list is by no means perfectly complete. E-mail me any omissions at

And yes we will pat ourselves on the back...The XFLROCKS! site is #1 and #2 on Google search under the keywords "xfl commentary"! It's #10 on Google search under the keyword "xfl". Thank you for making that possible...

Wednesday May 21, 2003: AFL, NBC,, Sporting, and XFLROCKS! join together in giving you a chance of putting you in great seats for this years Arena Bowl. Click on any of the AFL banners shown to get your entry in. Those of you that are XFL deprived, should try the AFL or AF2 live. Proudly presented by Arena Football, NBC,, The Sporting News, Sandbox and XFLROCKS!! The #1 site on Google search for "xfl commentary".

Sunday May 18, 2003: Some X-XFLers look to extend their stay in the CFL record book during the upcoming 2003 season. Former Memphis Maniax QB and present day Calgary Stampeder Marcus Crandell looks to stack two 4000 yard passing seasons back to back. Crandell was third in passing yards and attempts in 2002...Former San Francisco Demon mid-season arrival Kelvin Anderson already has the CFL all-time record with seven consecutive 1,000 yard rushing seasons. He is fifth all-time in rushing yards(8292). Saskatchewan's George Reed is the all-time CFL career rushing leader with 3243 attempts, 16,116 yards and 134 touchdowns....

Friday May 16, 2003: A NEW BMS XFL Rant. A variety of subjects here...

Tuesday March 11, 2003: A recycling of this site's appearance has taken place. Fresh team logos and this site's layout are just two of the improvements made to XFLROCKS! The first installment of Virtual Commish officially debuts today. I'm rather excited about this as this site will get a much needed fire under its butt because of it. You could say it's a "sim" thing, but done a little different. Find out for yourself...

Monday March 10, 2003: There are other sites out there that get the official XFLROCKS! "thumbs up".

Check out this excellent "sim" site where you can tell this individual "gets it". The "it" meaning where the XFL more than likely would be at right now. xfllives

Keep up with X-XFLers through these league web sites.

These get the XFLROCKS "thumbs up" for archives.

Wednesday March 5, 2003: First BMS Rant since 7/6/01. BMS gets real in his first column in a year and a half, expressing that the XFLROCKS site is definitely "on" again.

Sunday July 8, 2001: Former Orlando Rage WR Kevin Swayne gets his name in the Arena Football League record book with the New York Dragons. The Dragons and Carolina Cobras participated in the highest scoring game in Arena Football League history on this date.

What does the future hold for this site? There will be believe it or not, more commentary. I may not reinvent the wheel, but I look forward to continuing my cutting-edge approach to a retrospective site. Check out a new BMS XFL rant posted on Friday July 6, 2001. Any

This site will now become a tribute/retrospective site...

Even though this league lasted one year, there is much to revel in. This league, in retrospect, will be looked at as innovative in the years to come. This site will be a reference point to refresh your memory and introduce people who missed out to what the XFL was and could've been.

Our Guest Column...

Mississippi State broadcast journalism student Mark Harris brings to light some shortcomings of the XFL from the early portion of the season with his column...BTW guest columns are encouraged for submission for everyone from the average joe to rich billionaires.

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Friday, July 6, 2001: Any and all XFL links and logos have been removed from, June 28, 2001: The WWFE financial report for fiscal year 2000-fourth quarter, showed monetary losses for the XFL at $46.9M (million) dollars. $10.7M is non-cash charges (sale of Class A common stock) to NBC. Minus the amount NBC owes, the loss figure is actually $36.2M...June 19, 2001: no longer shows a link for XFL merchandise...As of Saturday May 19, 2001, the XFL web site is now solely a closeout merchandise shop. Most prices are half off. The official team sites also are no longer active...As of Thursday May 10, 2001, the XFL has ceased operations due to losses of $35M and a lack of major television network support...XFL Championship Game: LA Extreme 38, San Francisco Demons 6....