James Franklin says Michigan Stadium’s tunnel ‘is an issue’
Penn State head coach James Franklin shouldn’t be a fan of the way in which halftime is dealt with within the Michigan Stadium tunnel.
A few days faraway from the halftime scuffle between the Nittany Lions and Michigan applications, Franklin was requested about what occurred.
He determined to enter a diatribe concerning the tunnel.
“I choose to speak about these items within the low season, however the one tunnel is an issue,” Franklin mentioned. “It is an issue, and has been. To me, we have to put a coverage in place from a convention perspective in my thoughts that is going to cease — we’re not the primary workforce to type of get right into a jawing match within the tunnel. For me, I wish to concentrate on getting my workforce into the locker room and never jawing forwards and backwards.
“Get my workforce get within the locker room and their workforce get within the locker room. There actually must be a coverage that first workforce that goes in, there’s a buffer. If not, this workforce begins speaking to this workforce, they begin jawing forwards and backwards, and one thing unhealthy is gonna occur earlier than we put within the coverage.”
After all, when you complain about one thing, providing up an answer to the mentioned grievance can be useful.
And that is what Franklin did. He suggests the 2 groups have a ‘buffer’ interval in between getting into locker rooms to keep away from additional dust-ups sooner or later.
“All there must be a two-minute or minute buffer in between the 2 groups,” Franklin mentioned. “This workforce is in earlier than that workforce will get shut and nevertheless we wish to do it. However we’re not the primary workforce that is had points like that. To me, beneath the present construction, we can’t be the final. To me, there’s a very easy resolution. We bought to do it.
“However for me, I wish to get our workforce within the locker room. That is my concern.”
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