WMU coach PJ Fleck burns one of the nation’s best CBs

It isn’t often that a college football coach can get on the field and show up one of their players. However, not every coach is Western Michigan’s PJ Fleck, who is a former Northern Illinois wide receiver who spent time in the NFL.

The 34-year-old Broncos head coach showed his team that he still has some skill by going one-on-one with senior cornerback Donald Celiscar.

Celiscar is considered one of the top cornerbacks in the nation, so seeing Fleck easily beat the defender with a slick double-move is pretty impressive.

Check out the video below:


If we had to pick a college football team made out of coaches, Fleck would be a first-team receiver. And with skills like that, he can only help his players get better.

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