Fleck went 30-22 in four seasons with the Broncos, including 13 wins in 2016 and a berth in the Cotton Bowl. He leveraged the successful season into a Big Ten job, replacing Tracy Claeys, who was fired a week after defeating Washington State in the Holiday Bowl. And that Big Ten job will pay him $3.7 million per season, or nearly $3 million more than his $816,000 salary last year at WMU.
Fleck, who is married and has four children, recently bought a mansion in the Minneapolis suburb of Edina, spending $3 million on the six-bedroom, 5,949-square-foot house.
Click the photo below for a look at the beautiful home.