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

By John Morgan on November 6, 2018 at 8:30 am
Oct 13, 2018; University Park, PA, USA; Penn State Nittany Lions head coach James Franklin walks around Beaver Stadium prior to the game against the Michigan State Spartans.

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We know the score and it wasn't pretty. After Penn State lost to Michigan 42-7 on Saturday, and if you've ever read this article before, you know exactly where this is going. Let's just get right to James Franklin's twitter mentions vs. Michigan where he has been relieved of his coaching duties by the social media users.

Well, you didn't have to worry about this on Saturday.

Penn State faced a lot of third and long situations all day vs. the ferocious Michigan defense.

After Trace McSorley scrambled it looked close to a first down and Franklin missed a chance to challenge the spot.

Not much working for Penn State all day.

Everyone was getting more and more frustrated, even a former star in Larry Johnson.

We're not even out of the first half yet.

McSorley battled, but the fans were looking for any spark.

Now this has gone too far.

As the game got out of hand, the handling of the quarterbacks became mysterious, but when Stevens got his chance, an interception for a touchdown was the nail in the coffin.

I think you get the idea.

Geno, they call for it even after wins, but you got what you wanted.

Next week vs. Wisconsin and really, it can't get much worse that that one. The fatigue of three losses has worn down many fans, but we'll be back in search of some more positive tweets.

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