Jan 092015
 

B6T5xNSIEAEP7WmBy FinebaumFan.

“Andy from Perrysburg, Ohio” absolutely annihilated “Jim from Tuscaloosa” on the Paul Finebaum Show today.

It wasn’t the first time!

More later!

Play Andy From Ohio Annihilates Jim From Tuscaloosa in Instant Classic

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Oct 302014
 
George Carlin

George Carlin

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 Twitter, his forum of choice – second only to radio.

So, did he or didn’t he? Decide for yourself.

Play The Last Call From Jim from Tuscaloosa Before Probation

Did you hear it?

“I can’t BELIEVE I have to go through this SHIT to give you a compliment!” – Jim From Tuscaloosa

This wasn’t Jim’s first offense. According to Finebaum, “He was on double secret probation after what he said last week.”

Finebaum was joined by SEC Network Host, Dari Nowkhah, on today’s show as Finebaum and producer, John Hayes, discussed the “indefinite probation” with “Darriel from Columbus”.

Play John, Paul, Dari, and Darriel, Discuss Banning Jim from Tuscaloosa

“Jim”, well known for his Narcissistic tendencies, immediately contacted some of his closest personal friends (whom he has never met):

He even went so far as to invoke the name of the only caller ever be permanently banned from the Finebaum show, “Bobby from Homewood”.

“Jim” took the opportunity to announce that he has moved on from The Finebaum Show – again.

“Jim”, who quits the show almost as often as he calls it, bid a fond farewell:

For those of you who lament his passing on the show, have no fear.  “Jim from Tuscaloosa” is like a boomerang. You can toss him aside but he always comes back – whether or not you really want him.


These were some of the Twitter responses:


Oct 162014
 
Herschel Walker

Herschel Walker

By Finebaum Fan.

Herschel Walker  joined Paul Finebaum today and talked about some of college football’s hottest topics.

The 1982 Heisman Trophy winner gave very candid answers to questions about  suspended University of Georgia running back, Todd Gurley, and not yet to be suspended Florida State quarterback, Jameis Winston.

Like Gurley, Walker played running back for the University of Georgia, where he was a three-time All-American and winner of the Maxwell Award.

“I know Jameis Winston…  is a young man who needs some guidance.  He’s a young man who needs someone to sit down and talk to him.” – Herschel Walker

We’ll pick up the conversation where it began after an aborted attempt to speak with Finebaum due to a bad phone connection:

Play Herschel Walker Discusses Todd Gurley and Jameis Winston

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