|Written by Josh Kendall|
Posted by: Josh Kendall on January 16, 2013
We've grown accustomed to seeing the new football coach at midcourt of a basketball floor talking to his new fan base during a hoops game. But on the ice at a hockey match?
Welcome to Western Michigan, PJ Fleck. The Broncos new head coach continued spreading his message for the program (and even illustrated it briefly using a hockey stick to mimic rowing the boat) on campus this week. That message is: he plans to win a title.
"This won't be easy, but those who stay will be champions," Fleck said. "It will take all of us to get what we all want, and that's a ring on our finger. I am so proud to be your coach."
Josh Kendall is a staff writer for CoachingSearch.com and has covered the SEC for more than 15 years for papers such as the Athens Banner-Herald, Macon Telegraph, and The State. He’s the father of two boys who he’s hoping don’t inherit his wide receiver frame and offensive guard feet. Follow @EyeOnCoaches on twitter and send your feedback to email@example.com
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