Arlington Renegades Win XFL Championship- Final Score

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Legendary football coach Bob Stoops led the underdog Arlington Renegades to a stunning XFL championship victory over the heavily-favored D.C. Defenders.

Despite finishing the regular season with a modest 4-6 record, the Renegades found their stride in the playoffs, knocking off the Houston Roughnecks in the divisional round before taking down the Defenders in the title game.

Arlington Renegades
Arlington Renegades (Source: USA TODAY Sportsbook Wire)

Stoops, who previously won a national championship at the University of Oklahoma in 2000, praised his team’s resilience and determination in the face of adversity.

The championship victory marked a crowning achievement for Stoops and the Renegades and cemented their place in football history as one of the greatest underdog stories of all time.

Arlington Renegades Wins XFL Championship

Quarterback Luis Perez shone brightly for the Renegades in the championship game, completing an impressive 26 out of 36 passes for 288 yards and three touchdowns.

His outstanding performance earned him the game’s MVP award, as he led the Renegades to score points on an impressive seven out of their nine offensive drives against a previously stingy Defenders defense.

Perez’s incredible journey to the top of the XFL after a tough and trying season was not lost on him.

In a post-game interview with ABC, Perez spoke about the adversity he faced and overcame to become a champion.

It’s awesome to have gone through all of that adversity and come out here today and be a champion,” he said, a reflection of the Renegades’ grit and determination throughout their playoff run.

Quarterback Luis Perez MVP

As expected, quarterback Luis Perez was the driving force behind the Renegades’ championship victory.

Perez’s journey to the XFL title was not easy, as he had a difficult season that began with struggles while playing for the Vegas Vipers.

Luis-Perez-MVP (Source: Twitter)

However, after being traded to the Renegades in Week 7, Perez maintained a positive attitude and remained determined to prove himself as a starting quarterback.

In the championship game, Perez showed exactly why he had fought so hard to earn his place as a starter.

He put on an impressive performance, leading the Renegades to victory with 288 passing yards and three touchdowns.

Final Score

Quarters 1 2 3 4 F
Defenders 0 6 14 6 26
Renegades 14 6 12 3 35
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