P.J. Fleck’s football stops

As a player

High school: The record-setting receiver caught 199 passes for 3,121 yards and 34 scores at Kaneland High School in Maple Park, Ill. He led the Knights to undefeated state championships in 1997 and 1998.

College: Fleck played for Joe Novak at Northern Illinois, where as a senior captain he led the Huskies with 77 catches for 1,028 yards and six touchdowns.

NFL: An undrafted free agent, he signed with San Francisco after the 2004 NFL draft. He spent most of his rookie season on the 49ers practice squad before being promoted and appearing in the final game of the season. Playing special teams, he registered a tackle and returned one punt for 10 yards. Fleck spent 2005 on injured reserve with a shoulder injury, suffered during the preseason. With the injury still lingering, Fleck began his coaching career the following season.

As a coach

Year School/team Job

2006 Ohio State Graduate assistant

2007-09 Northern Illinois Receivers, and recruiting coord.

2010-11 Rutgers Receivers coach

2012 Tampa Bay (NFL) Receivers coach

2013-16 Western Michigan Head coach

2017 Minnesota Head coach

Head coaching record: Western Michigan

Year Rec. Postseason

2013 1-11 —

2014 8-5 Famous Idaho Potato Bowl (L, 38-24 Air Force)

2015 8-5 Bahamas Bowl (W, 45-31 Mid. Tenn.)

2016 13-1 Cotton Bowl (L, 24-16 Wisconsin)

4 yrs. 30-22 1-2 in bowl games