Alabama football head coach Nick Saban, who never seems pleased, seemed especially displeased with radio host Paul Finebaum today on SEC Network. Finebaum asked about his decision to not suspend two players after they were arrested on drug and weapons charges, and Saban pushed back.
Happy New Year!
Auburn got stomped by LSU last weekend, which means it was time for notorious Auburn superfan Tammy to call into Paul Finebaum’s show and let off a little steam.
Paul Finebaum's radio show has long had its cast of compelling, crazy, or cretinous callers, and Auburn fan Tammy is one of its most famous. She joined the SEC Network call-in simulcast of tonight's Iron Bowl in Tuscaloosa, and let loose with her usual flow of.. words, sort of.
The last time we heard from Phyllis, she was smarting from Alabama's Iron Bowl loss to Auburn, and called into Paul Finebaum's radio show to let off some steam by calling Colin Cowherd mean names, like "Cow-Turd." Alabama lost last weekend, and Cowherd once again drew Phyllis's ire with his comments about the game,…
What a difference a day can make. Yesterday, Finebaum was counting on a dejected Bob Stoops taking Parthian shots at the SEC. Today, he's not sure Nick Saban is even the best coach in his own state.
This is so stupid. Happy New Year, everybody.
What you see above is the story that went screaming out on the SI Wire at SI.com earlier today. Technically, it's true: Nick Saban is indeed visiting Texas this weekend—but only because Alabama's showdown with Texas A&M is still scheduled for Saturday in College Station. But that's not all SI.com is telling you here:…
Ultra-troll Paul Finebaum, who has mastered the art of spinning his own opinion as the most important of the day on any subject, turned his cannons on Johnny Manziel on Wednesday. Well, Manziel and his phone.
The New Yorker is a standard-bearer of American literary reportage. The Paul Finebaum Radio Network, Alabama talk radio's most popular source for sports-related Southern exceptionalism, is, uh, not. But that doesn't mean the two can't make a happy pair.
The Paul Finebaum radio program is a must-listen on Mondays after Alabama losses, but almost as good as the panicked redneck phone calls are Finebaum’s advertisers. Here’s one we’re told has been running a few months, from Hoover’s Tactical Firearms in Birmingham. (That’s the gun range that made news last week as the…
The Southeastern Conference (SEC) is the brawniest thing in college football right now, and a scrawny man, Paul Finebaum, sits atop it.
Paul Finebaum doing what Paul Finebaum does was too much for the Outside The Lines panel to mentally handle. Most notably, it transformed mild-mannered Bomani Jones into a cartoon character. We've screengrabbed some of his more expressive countenances, so that history will never forget.
I mean, I think this conversation was about Hank Williams Jr. It was less than a minute old when Paul Finebaum, an Alabama radio personality, said Dave Zirin had uttered the "single stupidest [statement] [he's] ever heard in the history of this program." After that, Bomani Jones made some hilarious faces as the…
Tomorrow night's forecast for Birmingham, Alabama, calls for freezing temperatures and snow, possibly mixed with rain. It's a Southern TV meteorologist's wet dream. Which is why everyone is preemptively pissed at them for interrupting the BCS Championship with storm updates.
Lane Kiffin has only been on the job about three months, but columnist Paul Finebaum has seen enough. He thinks Tennessee should cut its losses and fire Kiffin immediately, before he destroys America.