James Franklin thanks Vanderbilt fans in Nashville newspaper ad
Message from James Franklin in today's Tennessean. #AnchorDown pic.twitter.com/2DOpvXuVZP
— Keri Potts (@MsPotts_ESPN) January 16, 2014
Vanderbilt fans were probably disappointed when coach James Franklin decided to leave Nashville and take over at Penn State. After all, the Commodores enjoyed unprecedented success during Franklin's three-year tenure. Despite Franklin's exit, it appears the coach did not completely forgot about Vanderbilt fans during the process.
According to a tweet from ESPN's P.R.'s Keri Potts on Thursday, the coach took out an advertisement in The Tennessean in Nashville as a thank-you for Commodore fans. The ad reads:
Thank you, Vanderbilt. It was a wonderful experience. I am forever grateful. Anchor Down, James Franklin.Pretty classy exit by the coach.