Legends Football League announces the retirement of perhaps the most legendary figure in the history of the league dating back to its Super Bowl halftime show era of 2004. David ‘Biz’ Bizub of the Los Angeles Temptation ends a ten year career that included three championships, 22 wins and 1 loss and recognized recently as an All-Star Coach. (two more championships were won under Bizub in Lingerie Bowls)
importance to the most winning franchise in league history was evident
when he left the sidelines in 2011 for a brief stint in the LFL
broadcasting booth. However Bizub’s heart was clearly being on the
sidelines with his team and shortly after Los Angeles suffered its first
loss since 2009, the Biz returned to the field and guided the
Temptation to a third-straight championship establishing the LFL’s
Bizub’s family commitments lead to his decision to walk away from the game to spend more time with his family.
of getting married and the birth of my two beautiful daughters, this
has been the most memorable and rewarding experience of my life. My
players and coaches dating all the way back to 2004 as well as the
league’s leadership in Mitch and Heather will always be a part of me. I
also cannot thank the fans ‘Temptation Nation’ enough for all the
memories and support over the years. I will always be part of the Silver
& Black”, said, David Bizub.
The departure of Bizub means long-time defensive coordinator Tui Suiaunoa will be named interim head coach.
cannot think of another individual who has been more instrumental to
our game dating back to our Lingerie Bowl era of 2004. Biz has been an
incredible force in the development of our modern day game both on and
off the field, leaving his mark in the history books of LFL Football. He
will truly be missed”, said, Mitchell S. Mortaza, Founder &
Chairman, Lingerie Football League, LLC.