Penn State's James Franklin sprints after players trying to avoid shaking hands with MSU

No. 7 Penn State suffered its second straight tough loss Saturday, falling 27-24 to No. 24 Michigan State on a last-second field goal.

Nittany Lions head coach James Franklin had to continue coaching after the final whistle when some of his players tried to head into the locker room before shaking hands with the Spartans.

Franklin sprinted down the field to track down a straggling Penn State player heading toward the tunnel. Franklin, dodging through traffic, reached the player and ushered him back toward the Spartans.

“To make sure everybody’s clear, and don’t misinterpret this at the end of the game that I was running off the field. I would never do that,” Franklin said after the game, via Yahoo Sports.

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