Recruits rarely fazed by coaches who flip 

February, 3, 2014
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Whether it was Todd Graham leaving Pittsburgh a few years ago or James Franklin leaving Vanderbilt last month, reaction from fans, players and media in those areas was visceral. For Graham especially, considering Arizona State became his third head coaching gig in three years, questions naturally followed as to how he would ever be able to convince recruits to trust him.

But what has become increasingly clear in the wake of Graham joining Arizona State and Franklin heading to Penn State after three years at Vanderbilt is that college football recruits don't appear all that bothered by a nomadic track record from a head coach.

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