Skip Bayless warns Penn State of James Franklin

Skip Bayless — who works for FOX Sports — has been known to get reactions from the general public more than just once or twice.

On Friday, he tweeted a message out regarding Penn State coach James Franklin. Why did he tweet in the first place, though?

Well, rumors surfaced regarding Franklin and Texas A&M because it has become known that the Aggies will indeed make a push at the Nittany Lions’ leader. Franklin took to Twitter with his response to that rumor.

And to Franklin’s response, Bayless let his thoughts be known. Naturally, like any other time Bayless provides a hot take, it got people talking.

Yes, it’s a fact: James Franklin was the coach at Vanderbilt, left and took the job at Penn State. There were plenty of responses via Twitter, but this one generally sums it up:

The consensus response was essentially that Penn State’s football program is by far the better program when compared to Vanderbilt, so why wouldn’t Franklin take a job coaching the Nittany Lions?

Regardless of what Bayless or anyone else thinks, the success that Franklin has had in just three-and-a-half seasons is undeniable. After posting two 7-6 seasons to start off his time with the Nittany Lions, the 45-year-old coach went 11-3 and won the Big Ten in 2016.

Now, through six games in 2017, he has the Nittany Lions as the No. 3-ranked team in the country, is 6-0 and No. 2-ranked Clemson lost to Syracuse Friday night, so a jump up to No. 2 in the polls seems likely.

In the world of recruiting, it’s still far from over, but 247Sports has Penn State’s 2018 class ranked as the No. 4 class in the entire country.

To be short and sweet, Franklin has the Nittany Lions rolling right now and that doesn’t appear to be changing anytime soon.

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