July 22, 2021 Hour 2: More Big Ten Media Days reactions ft. PJ Fleck's & Kevin Warren's comments also Jake Eisneberg joins the show
The Nick Handley Show
046 | Big Ten College Football Coach of the Year PJ Fleck + 5 Things from the Internet
H3 Leadership with Brad Lomenick
Big Ten Coach of the Year, PJ Fleck, talks about his new book, Row the Boat, co-authored with Jon Gordon. PJ is the head football coach of the Minnesota Golden Gophers, an award-winning coach and one of the youngest head coaches in college football. We talk elite mindset, turning a program around, building a great culture and his favorite post-game snack. And, of course, the popular 5 Things from the Internet segment plus my top 10 sporting events you should attend. Make sure to check out http://h3leadership.com to access the list and all the show notes. Thanks again to our partners for this episode: World Vision—Sign up for the FREE Soul CARE series at http://worldvision.org/h3, now with a new segment called Right Side Up Soul Care, a free practical resource in which Danielle Strickland and leaders in the global Church share how they have learned to practice their faith and feed their soul through difficult circumstances. Sign up at http://worldvision.org/h3. And Resi—the most trusted streaming provider. Leverage the world’s leading streaming technology with the simplest-to-use experience. Organizations like Hillsong, Elevation, LifeChurch, Story Brand, and Chick-fil-A all count on Resi. Improve your online experience and sign up for a free demo at http://resi.io.
Minnesota Football's PJ Fleck on Championship Culture, Consistency, and building a Life Program in College Football
Coach Hawk is back and healthy, following an unexpected dental procedure! This week Minnesota Football Head Coach, PJ Fleck joins Coach Hawk to talk about many parts of his life and coaching philosophy. PJ shares about his own basketball and football playing days, row the boat, what it takes to build championship culture, and a ton more.Throughout their talk Coach Fleck reflects on his time coaching in Kalamazoo at Western Michigan University, the variables that led to him eventually leaving Kalamazoo for Minnesota, facing criticism, his goals as the leader of a group of young men, and his love for the twin cities.Don't miss this great talk with one of College Football's most fascinating personalities. This week's tipoff and buzzer beater focus on job jumping.