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

By John Morgan on November 18, 2019 at 8:30 am
Nov 16, 2019; University Park, PA, USA; Penn State Nittany Lions head coach James Franklin looks on from the sideline during the fourth quarter against the Indiana Hoosiers at Beaver Stadium. Penn State defeated Indiana 34-27.
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Penn State pulled out a hard-fought 34-27 win Saturday vs. Indiana. For the second straight week, the defense allowed 14 points in the first quarter but then was able to slow down the Hoosiers offense. The game got close in the fourth quarter as Indiana pulled within three. As anyone who has ever read this article, you can guess where this was going.

Even though it was a win, the folks on Twitter still needed to vent, so let's take our weekly look at James Franklin's Twitter mentions.

Ten games in and the questions remain with Mark. The top hat is such a mystery, but I don't even know where that ranks in terms of confusing things.

Scott has that 1-0 mentality.

This account has only been active for the last two weeks.

After going up 7-0, the Nittany Lions gave up some big pass plays as Indiana tied the game at seven.

Indiana 14, Penn State 10

Tensions were rising as Indiana kept hanging around.

We shall see.

Indiana scored again and cut the Penn State lead to three.

Funny you should ask Paul.

These were before Penn State's final drive.

Someone help this man.

Sam would like to discuss clock management, but at least he was happy with the win.

My thoughts are if you have to say "As a Penn State football fan" over and over again before bashing the team then maybe you're just a troll account.

Penn State wins!