Don't @ Me: A Look at James Franklin's Twitter Mentions vs. Kent State

By John Morgan on September 16, 2018 at 10:00 am
Sep 15, 2018; University Park, PA, USA; Penn State Nittany Lions head coach James Franklin looks on from the sideline during the fourth quarter against the Kent State Golden Flashes at Beaver Stadium. Penn State defeated Kent State 63-10.

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Penn State beat Kent State 63-10 and tallied 667 yards of offense. The Nittany Lions are 3-0 and the head to Illinois Friday. James Franklin's Twitter mentions are usually mellow for a game like this, but it has become my duty to double check.

Not only did they get a win, but a 95-yard touchdown to celebrate her special day.

Those noon games can require something extra to get the day going.

In regard to the gift basket sent James Franklin, a game vs. Mississippi State would be fun to watch. 

The hype video has inspired a whole new generation of demolition men.

By the tweet, you know the game has started and people are antsy.

Look, Mike, I don't go through these tweets for my own health I can assure you. These are valuable suggestions that James Franklin's surely reads.

Mark Allen finished with 62 yards and a touchdown on 11 carries, which equates to a 5.6 yards per carry.

This is a perfect example of "you can't please everyone."

Quite the change from years ago when micromanaging was one of the biggest criticisms against Franklin.

Fair question, but tagging the other account other than James Franklin is questionable at best.

A 63-10 win has the mentions in a euphoric mood, but this is a fickle situation as the season goes on.

Well, Joe Moorhead did the shopping this week with the gift basket

James Franklin likely looks at his mentions and this one will stick with him I am sure.

This is a really good quote because regardless of the score, the team knows they can improve. Just like the App State game, a win is a win and the fans will let the coaches figure the rest out. And if the coaches don't, they can always take to Twitter for some top-notch advice.