People who are smart don’t make hire or fire decisions based on one or two games.I think this is a premature discussion.
Because there is a LOT riding on the last two games of the season.
Beat Wisconsin, win the Bowl game, go 9-4, and there is a better feeling going into the off-season.
split the next two games, go 8-5, and the heat gets turned up a notch.
Lose to Wisconsin, lose the Bowl game, go 7-6, and the heat gets turned up a lot.
Now IF Fleck, for whatever reason, was open to considering other job offers, he has to go 9-4.
Unless he wants to do a Jerry Kill and take over one of the worst D1 programs, he's not getting offers for a lateral move or a move up without at least going 9-4 this season.
If someone is interested in fleck this weekends game literally has no bearing on whether or not they want him.