This might be tough for us to watch, like watching your former girlfriend on national TV, doing real well. ESPN is producing a four-part mini-series, "Being P.J. Fleck", which will spotlight the former WMU coach, Fleck, preparing for his first season in the Big Ten at Minnesota.

(ESPN FrontRow via Vimeo)

The docu-series will run on ESPNU, and as AwfulAnnouncing.com puts it, "features Fleck discussing his career trajectory and prancing around the Minnesota practice field."

ESPN's release says:

“To no surprise, P.J. is all heart, all the time… no matter what he is doing, no matter what time of day,” said co-executive producer Bo Mattingly. “Throughout the filming, which continues for a few more weeks, we capture his personality, passion and drive with his family, team and others he interacts with in various situations.”

The first episode runs Aug. 2nd, and then Aug. 9th, Aug. 16th and Aug. 23rd for the remaining three installments. The show will also run on the Big Ten Network.

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