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And two weeks later in a 24-point rout of Illinois, they won the rushing battle 287-3. "It all comes back to the culture that coach Fleck has established here, and that's one thing that hasn't changed since Day 1," Tranquill says. "He came in and he implemented 'Row the Boat' and the core values that come along with that, and that's been consistent all the way through. And a lot of people don't see that because people haven't kept up with Western and just see our success now, and they don't understand what all we've had to go through to get to this point. "How" has even made its way onto t-shirts for the Broncos. Matt Fortuna/ESPN "One thing is you get guys, and you get guys that come in and it takes a little bit for them to adapt to the culture, because it is tough, it's not easy. viewBut just consistently applying that and coach consistently reinforcing that and drilling that into our heads and then us taking that and applying it is what's going to build an elite program, which is what we're working toward each and every day." anonymousEverything Western Michigan has built this season points to a Nov. 25 showdown with Toledo (5-1, 2-0), with a perfect season and MAC West Division title on the line. And, should other Group of 5 teams cooperate, the season could very well end in a New Year's Six bowl, too. The reality of college football is Fleck will be a hot commodity in the coaching world regardless of how the Broncos finish this season.
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