Former Louisiana Tech Football Coach Skip Holtz has won another championship in his coaching career. Sunday night, Holtz and his Birmingham Stallions won the United Football League (UFL) Championship. The Stallions defeated the San Antonio Brahmas 25-0 in the UFL Championship game.

This is the third straight championship for Holtz with Birmingham, he won two United States Football League (USFL) Championships in 2022 and 2023. Now that the USFL and XFL have merged, the league has become the UFL...and Birmingham has still won it.

UFL Championship: Birmingham Stallions v San Antonio Brahmas
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The Stallions had an incredible UFL season, winning 8 straight to open the season, before losing their only game of the year to San Antonio 18-9. Birmingham would end the season with a 9-1 record. They would then with their conference championship game 31-18 over the Michigan Panthers.

That set up the UFL Championship game, which Birmingham won.

Skip Holtz has now won a championship in every season since he fired from Louisiana Tech. Three straight seasons winning championships across two different leagues. He just kept winning...which is what he was doing at Louisiana Tech.

While in Ruston, Skip Holtz had a record of 64-49, and had just broken a streak of making seven consecutive bowl games. Holtz spent 9 years as the head coach at La Tech, and made 7 bowl games in those seasons. He won 6 of those bowl games as well.

DXL Frisco Bowl - Louisiana Tech v SMU
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Holtz recently spoke with about getting fired from Louisiana Tech, he said:

“I was frustrated. It felt like we had a lot of success there as we went to, what, seven bowl games in a row. Won six of them in a row. We had a lot of success with a program that had never been to back-to-back bowls, so when I got fired, I felt like it was unfair, felt like it was unjust, and I had a little pity party."

Since Louisiana Tech fired Holtz, they have struggled tremendously. After Holtz took the team to a record number of consecutive bowl games, and bowl wins, the Bulldogs have not won more than 3 games in any season. Their new coach Sunny Cumbie, has had two straight seasons with 3-9 records, and haven't come anywhere close to considering a bowl game. The team has regularly been blown out with final scores like 56-17, 56-30, 51-7, and 52-24.

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