Recent rumors have tied James Franklin to the opening at Florida State, with 247Sports reports stating that the Penn State head coach’s representatives have inquired about the vacancy.

Franklin, though, says he’s not interested in the job. He continues to emphasize that he loves being the head coach at Penn State, even after the Nittany Lions’ win over Rutgers in the regular season finale on Saturday.

After Penn State improved to 10-2 on the year with a 27-6 victory over Rutgers on Saturday, Franklin was asked about the Florida State head coaching job.

“I think I addressed it earlier in the year,” Franklin said after the game. “I’m hoping this thing is going to be over very quick but, like I told you, I love Penn State. I love our players. I don’t see that changing anytime soon.”

With the win on Saturday, Penn State has now recorded three 10 win seasons in the last four years. Franklin has also guided the Nittany Lions to a B1G title and six-straight bowl games during his time in Happy Valley.

Franklin has been considered a candidate for two major jobs — USC and Florida State. Franklin has denied any interest in those jobs and has talked at length about his desire to stay the head coach at Penn State.