Baylor will likely continue its search for a permanent head coach following the season. Oregon is also expected to test the waters, while offering upwards of $10 million per year, according to various reports.
Travis Haney of 247sports is reporting industry sources believe P.J. Fleck should “leverage” his success at Western Michigan into a bigger job, and that position could be at Purdue.
Fleck’s name has been rumored at LSU as well as some of the other major schools, and it’s within reason that he should be listed among some of college football’s bigger names.
After opening his campaign with Western Michigan at 1-11, Fleck rattled off consecutive 8-5 seasons before hitting his undefeated stride this year in hopes of shaking up the College Football Playoffs.