James Franklin has spent past month living out of his office

James Franklin has been hard at work since taking over at Penn State.

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Nearly every day on Twitter, new Penn State coach James Franklin references all the work the Nittany Lions have in front of them.

He uses hashtags to reference "107,000 strong" — the approximate capacity of Beaver Stadium — and constantly refers to the progress being made and the progress still ahead.

Franklin, a high-energy worker, loves this stuff.

How much does Franklin love the building process that’s underway in State College?

So much that he’s spent the past month sleeping in his office at Penn State.

Now, this isn’t totally accurate. As Franklin told For The Win recently, he’s not sleeping in his office because he can’t ever leave it. Rather, with his family still in Nashville, the former Vanderbilt coach hasn’t found a new home in Pennsylvania yet.

"I’m not a sleep-in-the-office kind of guy," Franklin told FTW. "You hear about coaches sleeping in their offices. I’ve never done that. It’s just my family isn’t here and I haven’t had a chance to look and find a place."

OK, so maybe Franklin won’t make this a habit. Instead, he’ll just go to bed at midnight, be back in the office around 4:30 a.m. and put on his Lion face before returning to making Penn State great again.

(H/t FTW)