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bddwolfpack
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Western Michigan names P.J. Fleck Head Coach

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@ProFootballTalk: Bucs receiver coach P.J. Fleck takes Western Michigan job



UltimateHog
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saintsfan22
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re: Western Michigan names P.J. Fleck Head Coach
Youngest coach in FBS now, only 6 years of coaching experience, and never been higher than a WR coach but it's Western Michigan so what does it matter.


JEAUXBLEAUX
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re: Western Michigan names P.J. Fleck Head Coach
If he does a good job he can move up in 2 - 3 years


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The Egg
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re: Western Michigan names P.J. Fleck Head Coach
anyone named PJ is a moron


Jalbow3
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re: Western Michigan names P.J. Fleck Head Coach
He probably would be the NIU coach now if he didn't resign the next day after accepting the OC job to go to Tampa with Schiano.


Jalbow3
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re: Western Michigan names P.J. Fleck Head Coach
That isn't a very clear sentence.

He accepted the job as OC at NIU.

Changed his mind. Goes to Tampa instead.

Could've gotten promoted when Doeren left.
This post was edited on 12/18 at 7:59 am


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Cash
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re: Western Michigan names P.J. Fleck Head Coach
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anyone named PJ is a moron



Lucky for you he is still passed out our you would be getting a stern randomly capped response from him.


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ProjectP2294
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re: Western Michigan names P.J. Fleck Head Coach
They had to push his press conference back a day because his wife went into labor.

Also, he may be slightly younger than Kingsbury, but he's got 3-4 more years coaching experience. He's also the first NCAA HC to be born in the 80's. Feel old.


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