P.J. Fleck Speaks

January 12th, 2013

Fans who watched Bucs training camp practices saw the wild, high-energy style of P.J. Fleck, the 2012 Bucs wide receivers coach who is now the head coach at Western Michigan University and the youngest head coach in Division I college football.

On Thursday night, Fleck did his first extensive interview since leaving the Bucs with Steve Isbitts on 98.7 FM. Joe wrote about Fleck’s take on the Bucs offense’s late-season struggles yesterday.

Below is the full interview with Fleck. He offers deep insight into Vincent Jackson’s attitude, working for Greg Schiano, along with comments on Preston Parker, the Adam Hayward-Bryan Cox shoving match, and more.

6 Responses to “P.J. Fleck Speaks”

  1. Ian's Gay Lisp & Ron's Drinking Problem Says:

    We really needed Preston Parker…..i think he took for granted being in the NFL

  2. Morgan Says:

    Enjoyed watching PJ Fleck at all the practices that I attending last July/Aug – will be missed greatly by the team, imo. Thanks Steve for getting the interview and posting here.

  3. Bobby Says:

    Great interview! Love Fleck but maybe a more veteran receivers coach can adjust to the defensive schemes a little better. Experience does help at the NFL level. I’m sure we’re going to see plenty of new coaches on the sideline next season.

  4. BucSnob Says:

    Preston Parker was signed by the Saints.

  5. teacherman777 Says:

    I hope Preston can make it back to the NFL.

    This was a cool interview. I loce Coach Flecks intensity and craziness.

    He will do good things for the rest of his life.

    He is a good man.

    (more than I can say for MANY of the “people” on this message board.

  6. WestCoastBucsFan Says:

    Wow, really just a great interview. Lots of great insight into the 2012 season and Greg Schiano. No doubt this man will be missed by the Bucs.