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Rusty Floyd Rusty Floyd from Augusta, Ga wrote on 2017/12/13 at 4:37 PM:
Interesting that Jim from Tuscaloosa played golf today at Tuscaloosa Country Club... it closed in 2013...
Lynn Holifield Lynn Holifield from Guntersville wrote on 2017/12/13 at 3:11 PM:
Just listening to Jim from Tuscaloosa challenging Paul to golf match at Tuscaloosa CC.
You should know that Tusc CC closed 2 years ago. Paul I think you can take Jim on, no problem. If he is from Tusc and doesn't know Tusc CC is closed, then he is not a golfer obviously. Note; info came from my son, Kevin who is superintendent at nearby Indian Hills CC
Roll tide.
Larry Sheffield Larry Sheffield from Hogtown Creek Florida wrote on 2017/12/13 at 3:10 PM:
Is this the Jim show or the Paul Show .. hopefully the latter .. I have a serious question on recruiting ,, What are the rules concerning max signees for a SEC team ... Seems the Gators ended the season with 53 scholarship players ,,, will get 6 of the criminals back but lost some due to injury , transfer ,or early entry ... How many new thugs will they sign ? Former Gator Athlete,,, Thank you
JOSEPH PETRILLI JOSEPH PETRILLI from Monroe wrote on 2017/12/13 at 1:38 PM:
Just moved to NC after being in So Cal for 19 years. Have been going to Oak Ridge for over 30 years for business. I played at the university of Illinois 69-70, so I have a Big Ten bias. BUT, I have to admit there is nothing close to the passion(insanity?) of the SEC fan base. Your show only highlights this, in such a great way. When OSU beat Bama in 2015, I couldn't wait to listen to your show on Monday....and it din't disappoint. Thanks for the entertainment and information, and making sports the fun it should be. Best wishes and Merry Christmas!
Joe Petrilli
Joe Orr Joe Orr from Southaven, MS wrote on 2017/12/13 at 7:09 AM:
Dear Paul & Laura,
In my opinion Bama's pass defense has cost them 2 national championships in the last 3 years, and the same thing will happen this year. The Bear has got to be turning over in his grave. If the rush doesn't get the quarterback, we're dead. Paul & Laura please use your influence to get Saban to pick his 3 best players and teach them to play some basic pass coverage.
Kathy Kicklighter Kathy Kicklighter from Bluffton wrote on 2017/12/12 at 4:41 PM:
Larry from Shelby, AL sounds like "Mountain Man " on Duck Dynasty.
Love your show Paul and crew, keep up the good work! Merry Christmas to all. GO DAWGS!
Ed Hannie Ed Hannie from Lafayette wrote on 2017/12/11 at 5:28 PM:
Have you heard that Kevin Sumlin is to be introduced as the new head coach at Louisiana tomorrow??
Catfish Catfish from Mapleton wrote on 2017/12/11 at 3:31 PM:
I see here comments on character on the Heisman. Mayfield. Remember, The Heisman was an awarded to a guy previously convicted of Armed Robbery.
Catfish Jack Catfish Jack from Mapleton, Iowa wrote on 2017/12/11 at 3:22 PM:
Paul, it is Monday, and I am watching the show, FYI...Saturday they awarded the Heisman Trophy. Just thought you should know.
Doc Brown Doc Brown from Cedar Mountain NC wrote on 2017/12/11 at 3:01 PM:
Hello Paul....I can never reach you on the phone. Is the number you have messed up?

My question is: Do you think Kam Pettway, Jarrett Stidhom, Kerryon Hohnson and Jeff Holland will be back for their Senior season?

Thanks Paul!
Oneal Oneal from Pinson Al. wrote on 2017/12/11 at 2:24 PM:
Why do you have a Auburn helmet on your stage facing a Oklahoma helmet. It should be a Georgia Helmet. Auburn is not in their.
Jenny Franklin Jenny Franklin from Lawrenceville Ga wrote on 2017/12/10 at 2:57 PM:
Laura Rutledge is such a Fla homer sometimes she says such dumb things. I like the show much better when she is not on there. I am older and football was a game for males there were not women on every show that talks about football now. Also all the voters that voted for Mayfield are excusing his crotch grabbing such a sad world today.
Don R Don R from Huntsville wrote on 2017/12/09 at 5:42 PM:
Will the NCAA fine Army for the Cadets storming the field after the Army/Navy game like the NCAA fined Auburn when Auburn beat Alabama earlier this year ?
Steve Adkins Steve Adkins from Clinton Tn. wrote on 2017/12/08 at 6:38 PM:
I watch your show daily. It's great. I heard you today say you were interested in songwriting. I have written 309 songs since age 14 and am now 69. It takes me about 10-15 minutes to complete the entire songboth words and music. It boggles my own mind t be honest. Would you consider helping me someway, somehow? I would greatly appreciate it if you would. Could I send you a cd of just 6 of my songs? The first song is called "We will hold your hand!". It was written for Pat Summitt. Thank you deeply for your kind consideration.
Lou Mahaffey Lou Mahaffey from Fayetteville wrote on 2017/12/08 at 12:33 PM:
How to be fair and help Greg Schiano: Interview him for the proposed 30 for 30 on the Tennessee coaching search fiasco. Let him reiterate he knew nothing about the Sandusky scandal. Then ask him, whether in hindsight after all these years, he feels he should have known something was wrong, that he was perhaps too myopic about football. Does Schiano regret not knowing something was up??? Quentin Tarrantino admitted he should have said something about the Harvey Weinstein scandals. Tarrantino said he knew, and that he should have said something. I do not wish for a witch hunt against Schiano, nor do I wish him to be given a free pass. I am suggesting he be given the opportunity.

Damn the lawyers. Schiano, if he wishes to be a head coach, must address this situation. If he is open and shows himself contrite, then this allows healing. If he is defensive then he only closes the door on his own career. Bottom line, if Schiano wishes any major college football program to take a risk on him as a head coach then he must first take the risk himself and address the Sandusky scandal. What I am saying is fair. ESPN, through a segment on Schiano, thus becomes a portal for truth and, if Greg Schiano is actually a good person, then also a portal for healing. Thank you, Lou Mahaffey
Lou Mahaffey Lou Mahaffey from Fayetteville wrote on 2017/12/08 at 11:42 AM:
Paul, you and other ESPN hosts, all males, Jordan Rogers being the latest example, refuse to back off your opinion on Greg Schiano. Let's grant your argument without reservation that from 1991-1995 Schiano heard nothing about Sandusky that caused him any alarm whatsoever, though six other Penn State assistant coaches did come forward due to the decades over which this sordid tale took place. An Athletic Director may have full assurance from you, Paul, that there is little risk of Schiano being a head coach who might have a proclivity for failing to monitor a program or failing to maintain institutional control? Schiano coached for several years at Penn State and saw nothing, heard nothing, involving the greatest scandal in college football history of which there is evidence of its being known as early as 1978. This is not guilt by association. This is a sign of Schiano's inability of awareness. If Schiano is completely innocent and knew nothing of the greatest scandal in college football history he indicates he lacks the awareness needed in a head coach in today's college football world. At Ohio State, where Coach Meyer is responsible for monitoring and institutional control, there is no problem. Schiano as head coach? Seriously?

My dear Mr. Finebaum, you are on the wrong side of this war, sir, and it is a war. You and the other ESPN male hosts think it is a battle. No sir. It is a war. You are helping with an ESPN 30 for 30 on the Tennessee coaching fiasco, so this story is not going away anytime soon? With respect, concerning Schiano, I think your armor is a bit thin. You still have time to rethink your position. If the Chancellor of Tennessee can do so, whom you applauded, then you may do the same.

PS: A note to Laura: Laura, please knock some sense into Paul. Please. The context on the Schiano situation is so deep, and so complex, that it behooves all rational persons to think clearly and carefully. Males are not rational; therefore, Laura, I am hoping you can help. Sincerely, Lou Mahaffey
ken ken from Columbus wrote on 2017/12/07 at 11:18 PM:
ken ken from Columbus wrote on 2017/12/07 at 11:14 PM:
ken ken from Columbus wrote on 2017/12/07 at 11:11 PM:
alabama will not get past the first round no matter who is healthy. the in fighting and their dc along with sabans current mindset will lead bama to a loss verses Clemson. if bama makes it they will not beat ga. print it. that is my prediction. also saban will be fired even if it looks as though he retires. sabin is finished at Alabama. plz put that i said it first. 5 yrs give or take a yr or so , malzan will push sabin out mark my words. plz have the integrity to read on the show as i am better than those other analyst as i use science to prove my points. THANKS. THIS IS NOT THE FIRST TIME I CONTACTED THE SHOW VIA EMAIL.
Jake Jake from Radford VA wrote on 2017/12/07 at 5:48 PM:
And I just watched coach Pruitt's first news conference as Tennessee football head coach wow I'm excited had me fired up let's go Vols tired of waiting thanks coach Fulmer best of luck coach Pruitt and staff like your vision and no looking in rearview mirror approach