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Topic - James Franklin
As he has been since he was hired as Penn State's head football coach in January, James Franklin was front and center Saturday during the Nittany Lions' Blue White Game, the scrimmage that marks the end of spring drills.
Missouri opened spring football practice Tuesday without several familiar faces.
Vanderbilt has finished the past two seasons ranked in the Top 25. Now the Commodores are preparing for spring practice with a new coach in Derek Mason and trying to build off their recent success.
James Franklin welcomed his first recruiting class at Penn State on Wednesday in a festive atmosphere equivalent to an NFL draft.
As signing day approaches, Penn State coach James Franklin was on Baltimore airwaves Friday in his pursuit to "dominate the...region." More here.
The new football coach for Penn State is attending the president's State of the Union address in Washington.
James Franklin's plan on how to be CEO of the Penn State football is in place.
The arrival of James Franklin at Penn State has immediately made local recruiting battles even more crowded. More news about Damian Prince.
Derek Mason wants to make a few things clear: He has plenty of experience recruiting in the South, hopes to finish his career at Vanderbilt and has very high goals for the Commodores - such as playing the Southeastern Conference championship.
Vanderbilt took less than a week before filling its vacant head football coaching position, announcing Friday the university had tabbed Stanford defensive coordinator Derek Mason.
At the University of Texas, football is religion. At Penn State University, they need football for redemption. So when these storied programs hired black head coaches within days of each other to return them to past glory, it was a major moment for a sport that has been among the slowest to promote African-American leaders at the highest level.
James Franklin is the third football coach in what for many Penn State football players will be four seasons and already has left a good first impression.
James Franklin used part of first Penn State press conference to mention a man he called 'a genius'--former Maryland coach Ralph Friedgen.
More than two decades after a futile attempt to draw Penn State's attention as a player, the university hired the charismatic 41-year-old as its next head coach on Saturday.
Penn State hires James Franklin as football coach.
"I think the defense is ahead (of the offense)," Franklin said. "We have a little bit better depth, right now, on the defensive side of the ball, especially up front."
"If you're the best player, you will play," he said. "I don't care if you're a senior or a freshman, we're going to play the best guy."