As a comedian, Arnold is paid to say stupid things. Is this one of them?
Here’s the complete interview:
By FinebaumFan. “Dr. Lou”, impersonator extraordinaire of WJOX 94.5 in Birmingham, offered up this parody of the Paul Finebaum Show this morning on “The Jox Roundtable”. He does a great job capturing some of the essence of the show and includes “Larry from Shelby County”, “Charles from Reeltown”, “Jim from Tuscaloosa”, and “Tammy”. The additional Read All or Comment…
Woah Nelly! It’s “Bama vs. LSU” week again in college football! The Tide is rolling and the Bengal Tigers are poised for a resurgence under interim Head Coach, Ed Orgeron. Not only is LSU hoping to change their future with a win over Bama, so is “Coach O”. Word on the bayou is that Coach Read All or Comment…
Celebrity sports fan, Tom Arnold, appeared on The Paul Finebaum Show today and promptly dropped this little bombshell: As a comedian, Arnold is paid to say stupid things. Is this one of them? Here’s the complete interview:
No. 1 Alabama hosted No. 6 Texas A&M in a battle of the last remaining undefeated SEC teams. In the first quarter, Alabama defensive lineman, Jonathan Allen, shed a blocker and flew over another to spear Texas A&M quarterback, Trevor Knight. The Aggies fell to the Tide 33-14.
Popular Mississippi State super fan, “Stingray”, makes good on a wager with Paul Finebaum following the Bulldogs 38-14 loss to the Auburn Tigers. As a result of the bet, “Stingray” sings the Auburn fight song, “War Eagle”. Hey “Stingray”, where’s the Auburn shirt? Here’s the original bet.
“Ryan From Ohio” called The Paul Finebaum Show seeking an explanation about why “Michigan fans are from another planet”. Finebaum proceeded to elaborate and seems to have offended the entire Wolverine fan base – again. Should they be offended? Listen and decide for yourself. Listen To More Finebaum Audio Clips
From BleacherReport.com by Christopher Walsh. Read the full article. 2016 Dual-Threat Quarterback Leaders Name, School Games Comp.% Yards TDs Int. Rating Rushing TDs Lamar Jackson, Louisville 6 58.2 1,806 15 4 156.7 113-832 15 Deshaun Watson, Clemson 7 63.6 1,950 20 8 146.4 71-259 1 J.T. Barrett, Ohio State 6 63.2 1,207 16 4 159.3 Read All or Comment…
We’ll update this post as memes begin to appear for today’s game! The University of Tennessee Volunteer fans are rallying around the battle cry “WGWTFA” after the phrase was made legendary by defensive end, Darrell Taylor. Taylor shouted the “Not Suitable For Work” phrase as he took the field to warm up for a game Read All or Comment…
By FinebaumFan. Many of you have been asking about this catchy tune used as bumper music on The Paul Finebaum Show. It’s called “Can’t Keep No Good Boy Down” and it’s performed by The Parlor Mob on Roadrunner Records. The Parlor Mob, originally named What About Frank?, is a rock band founded in New Jersey Read All or Comment…
By FinebaumFan. “Ed From Connecticut” is ambushed by “Jim from Tuscaloosa” on the Paul Finebaum Show. “Jim” poses as the customer service manager to field Ed’s complaint about Jim’s excessive calls to the show. Listen To More Finebaum Audio Clips
“Charlie From Memphis” called The Paul Finebaum Show today to discuss The University of Alabama football program and his his “Bama friends”. Fortunately for listeners, “Charlie” had a few drinks before mustering the nerve to call the show. The conversation quickly deteriorated into a discussion of his feelings for Finebaum, Memphis, Mexican restaurants, and Charlie’s Read All or Comment…
By FinebaumFan. “Andy from Perrysburg, Ohio” absolutely annihilated “Jim from Tuscaloosa” on the Paul Finebaum Show today. It wasn’t the first time! More later! Listen To More Finebaum Audio Clips
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By Finebaum Fan “Jim from Tuscaloosa”, the infamous “sidekick” of Paul Finebaum, apparently made his final call yesterday – at least for a while. “Jim”, a regular caller to The Paul Finebaum Show, let one of George Carlin’s Seven Dirty Words slip and the ESPN censors missed it. He, of course, denied the allegation via Read All or Comment…
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In his weekly appearance on “Hey Coach”, Alabama Coach Nick Saban revealed that he had experienced the same injury that Alabama running back, Kenyan Drake, sustained in the October 4th game against The University of Mississippi.
Drake suffered a horrible leg injury in the second quarter against Ole Miss. During a tangled pileup, his left ankle twisted violently and he shouted so loudly that his voice was audible on CBS’ broadcast.
Saban played defensive back for the Kent State University football team under coach Don James.
Said Saban, “When I was a player in college, I got the SAME injury as he (Kenyan Drake) had…”
Here’s the audio with an update on Drake’s condition:
“Hey Coach” originates live from Bob’s Victory Grille in Tuscaloosa, Alabama.
“Phyllis From Mulga” took exception to ESPN’s Colin Cowherd’s comments regarding her beloved Alabama Crimson Tide and Head Coach, Nick Saban.
This morning on his show, “In The Herd”, Cowherd made this comment on air immediately after Paul Finebaum had been interviewed:
“Alabama's dynasty is over,'' says @ESPN_Colin. “I predicted Gus Malzahn was going to own Nick Saban. He's going to own him.''
— Paul Finebaum (@finebaum) October 6, 2014
Phyllis called into the Finebaum show today unaware of Cowherd’s comments.
It didn’t take long before Phyllis began her second scathing of Cowherd on the Finebaum Show.
Her first call was a classic and quickly went viral on social media.
Today’s response to Cowherd was as intense as her first:
Here’s the COMPLETE call.
Video from The Paul Finebaum Show YouTube Channel:
By Finebaum Fan.
Carson Tinker, is a familiar name to many people in the South. It’s a name known today by thousands of fans supporting the National Football League’s Jacksonville Jaguars. Most SEC football fans can recall the name from fall Saturdays past.
But, it’s University of Alabama football fans who know the name best. And it’s not necessarily because he was a great player who displayed unique abilities on a football field in Tuscaloosa.
Alabama Coach Nick Saban praised Tinker for his contributions to the team:
“We’re very excited that we’re able to award a guy that has been such a positive influence in so many ways – personally, academically and athletically in our program.”
But his triumphs on the football field are just a part of the story – perhaps, just a small part. His triumphs off the field may prove to influence and inspire more people than he ever thought possible.
Carson’s book, “A Season To Remember: Faith in the Midst of the Storm”, is scheduled to be released on April 16th.
If you are one of the few football fans who have never heard of Carson Tinker, you should hear his inspirational story.
Here’s a start.
This moving video, narrated by the voice of ESPN’s Tom Rinaldi, introduces Carson as he relates his experience during the devastating EF-4 tornado which struck Tuscaloosa, Alabama on April 27, 2011. This video was broadcast prior to the Alabama vs. Penn State game on September 11, 2011. You’ll hear commentary following by ESPN’s Todd Blackledge.
Carson was presented with a Patients of Courage Award by the American Society of Plastic Surgeons. In the following video, produced by the ASPS, Carson discusses his experience, his injuries, and his forthcoming book.
Tinker announced recently, via his Twitter account, that he is scheduled to be a guest on The Paul Finebaum Show on Monday, April 14th.
It’s been almost three years since that tragic day in 2011. Its memories have scared the minds and hearts of many Alabamians. Most certainly, this book and today’s interview will serve to comfort and inspire a new group across the country who will also recognize the name – Carson Tinker.
Here’s an excellent interview with Carson by Thom S. Rainer, president and CEO of LifeWay Christian Resources.
You may read excerpts from the book at Amazon.com.
Was this a shot at Alabama Coach Nick Saban?
“Well I think there’s some coaches that have a hidden agenda. They want to slow the game down. They think fast-paced offense is leading to more injuries. There’s no evidence at all that says that. I just think they don’t want to evolve the game. People enjoy the game. They want to see action. They don’t want to see huddles or people holding hands or singing ‘Cumbaya.’”
– Arizona Coach Rich Rodriguez
Legend - Gay for Nick Saban
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Auburn High School’s Rashaan Evans shocked the college football world by choosing The University of Alabama over hometown Auburn University – and it only took “a second”.
Evans is a fast five-star linebacker who is expected to assist the Tide in slowing the quicker “spread-type offenses” which have become more dominate in the SEC.
Here’s what “Twitterverse” has to say about it:
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— Amanda DeCastro (@AmandaDeCastro) February 5, 2014
— Amanda DeCastro (@AmandaDeCastro) February 5, 2014
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The University of Alabama may have lost 2015 quarterback prospect, Ricky Town, to USC – but David Cornwell is already on campus.
His recovery has been progressing nicely and it appears he will be ready to compete by the time the Crimson Tide begins spring practice.
Sure, it’s a basketball and there isn’t an SEC defense in his face, but you have to admit this full-court pass is quite impressive!
I’m pretty sure he was just checking the wind on his first attempt, but he certainly nailed the second one.
But, what can he do with a football?
Here are some of the highlights from Cornwell’s high school career.
Coker and Cornwell are about the same size. And like Cornwell, Coker is also coming off a season-ending knee injury.
After comparing Cornwell’s passing accuracy to that of Coker, I wouldn’t be surprised to see David Cornwell emerge as the Tide’s quarterback this fall.