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

By John Morgan on October 26, 2020 at 8:00 am
Oct 24, 2020; Bloomington, Indiana, USA; Indiana Hoosiers offensive lineman Harry Crider (57) and Penn State Nittany Lions defensive end Shaka Toney (18) participate in the coin toss before the game at Memorial Stadium.
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After Penn State's frustrating loss to Indiana 36-35, I knew exactly what I would get when I jumped into James Franklin's Twitter mentions. After a long wait, fans were excited for Penn State's season to begin, but it's off to a rough 0-1 start with Ohio State looming.

I will spare you all needing to look at everything I saw but just look at how they changed throughout the game.

Be careful what you wish for Kat.

Penn State baseball coach Rob Cooper sending the team some good wishes.

Another positive tweet, things going well after Penn State jumps to a 7-0 lead.

And just like that, Penn State is down 10 points heading into the half.

Penn State Brasil knows James Franklin is going to be heated headed into halftime.

Patience starting to wear thin on many fans in the mentions.

Calls to replace Kirk Ciarrocca in his first game on the Nittany Lion staff.

Penn State made so many mistakes in this game, which ultimately sealed their fate.

The late Devyn Ford touchdown set up Indiana for an improbable comeback.

More complaints regarding James Franklin's clock management.

It was a rough loss, but some are taking it worse than others.

I think you get the point. That is all for this week, but with the Buckeyes heading to Happy Valley this week, Penn State has to rebound quickly. There is certainly some cleaning up to do and they must do so in a hurry or next week's Don't @ Me will look roughly the same.

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