Published: Sat, October 14, 2017
Sport | By Gary Shelton

Texas A&M potentially looking at Penn State's James Franklin

Texas A&M potentially looking at Penn State's James Franklin

His recruiting efforts have soared recently after a Big Ten championship in 2016 and a 6-0 start this season, landing prospects from New Jersey, Virginia, Texas, Florida, Michigan and OH, among other states. If Texas A&M moves on - and that's still a big "if" - it appears they'll look in Franklin's direction. Does James Franklin have a compelling reason to leave what he's built at Penn State to join the second-biggest college program in Texas?

Yes, Sumlin still has his job at the moment, but the pressure continues to mount for the A&M leader.

It sounds like Franklin is happy with the Nittany Lions, and why wouldn't he be?

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The senior put down a career-high 20 kills on a clip of.500, while adding eight blocks, one solo, and two digs in the Nittany Lions gritty win over Ohio State. His buyout is $2 million. It's also worth noting that Franklin signed an extension that takes him through 2022 back in August. "I am pleased with the progress our program has made in the community, in the classroom and on the field". She followed that performance with a team-best 11 kills while hitting.588, adding seven blocks, one solo, and three digs in the Nittany Lions sweep of Maryland on Saturday evening.

Sumlin, whose 4-2 Aggies have finished with a record of 8-5 in each of the last three seasons was placed firmly on the hotseat this summer when Texas A&M athletic director Scott Woodward called out his football coach on "The Paul Finebaum Show".

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