Penn State's James Franklin has a response to that Texas A&M chatter


Franklin outlined in the tweet that he is from Pennsylvania, has the No. 3-ranked team in the country and has the No. 3-ranked recruiting class for 2018. However, he's been dealing with something else on Friday.

James Franklin rarely responds to media rumors and speculation, but on Friday morning, he must have felt compelled to.

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Franklin's attention has been diverted to a report by CBS Sports that Penn State officials are getting ready for Texas A&M to make a push for Franklin as a head coach if it turns out Kevin Sumlin is fired.

If Texas A&M decides to make a coaching change, the Aggies could be looking at bringing in a former SEC coach, according to a report.

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In a tweet, Franklin said, "Recruiting is a insane business, people will do anything to create drama".

Franklin guided the Nittany Lions to the Rose Bowl last season, and he was handsomely rewarded for doing so-in August, he signed a six-year contract extension worth almost $20 million. Meanwhile, Franklin has a $2 million buyout with the Nittany Lions. The free event presented by Penn State Lehigh Valley and ArtsQuest starts at 3 p.m. and includes the big game shown live on the Levitt Pavilion's large outdoor television screen. Franklin took the Commodores to a bowl game in each of his three seasons at the helm.

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