P.J. Fleck is known for creating a strong culture in Minnesota. It’s not just on-field success he cares about, the head coach also places a strong emphasis on success outside of football.

That includes the classroom.

Recently, Minnesota shared that its football team posted a fall semester grade point average of 3.41, the highest for any fall semester in program history. The team also has a cumulative GPA of 3.30, which is the highest in school history, as well.

In addition to the cumulative success, 107 Golden Gopher football players finished the semester with a 3.0 GPA or higher. That’s pretty impressive for any program at any level.

Fleck fired out a tweet to share the team’s success in the classroom:

Minnesota has continually had strong academic success in the Fleck era, and it’s continued into the 2020-21 school year.

The Golden Gophers finished the 2020 football season with a 3-4 record and decided against participating in a  bowl game following the Week 9 showdown against Wisconsin.

In four seasons as the head coach at Minnesota, Fleck has posted a 26-19 record with two bowl appearances. The Golden Gophers had their best year in 2019, finishing 11-2 and defeating Auburn in the Outback Bowl.