The Texas Revolution have re-signed head coach Victor Mann after a 2016 season in which he received Coach of the Year honors in the CIF. In his first season as the leader of the Revolution, Mann won nearly 80% of his games. His guidance helped put the Revolution within reach of a CIF Champions Bowl victory. Before joining the professional coaching ranks, Mann spent half a decade as a professional player. His career began with the NFL’s Kansas City Chiefs in 2007 and concluded after five seasons with the AFL’s Kansas City Command. As a collegiate player, Mann was the first player from Kansas State University to be named to the AFCA’s (American Football Coaches Association) Good Works team for his outstanding dedication to community service. As the team moves forward into the 2017 season, they will once again be relying on his work ethic on and off the field and wealth of experience to help them reach new heights.
Revolution CEO, Tommy Benizio had this to say following the re-signing “Victor has represented our organization well on and off the field. He holds our players to the highest standards of professionalism at all times. His experience and passion has helped make us an elite franchise in our league. We look forward to having him back in 2017.” Mann also spoke saying “I am blessed to be presented with this opportunity. I would like to thank Mr. Benizio and Mr. Hildbold for their support. Most importantly, I would like to thank my family for their continued support and for the daily motivation that they provide me. I am committed to helping this franchise pursue excellence on and off the field in 2017.”
The Revolutions 2017 season begins in February. An official season schedule will be released in November. For ticket information, please visit texasrevs.com or call (972) 422-PASS (7277).