Oct 282016
 

Celebrity sports fan, Tom Arnold, appeared on The Paul Finebaum Show today and promptly dropped this little bombshell:
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As a comedian, Arnold is paid to say stupid things. Is this one of them?

Here’s the complete interview:

Play Tom Arnold Says Nick Saban Wanted New York Giants Job

Oct 192016
 

“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.

Play Paul Finebaum Tells The Truth About Michigan Fans - Again!

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Mar 292016
 

The Parlor MobBy 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 in 2004. The name comes from one of the notorious Hell’s Kitchen gangs active at the turn of the 20th century.

The band presently consists of singer Mark Melicia, guitarists David James Rosen and Paul Ritchie, and drummer Sam Bey.

Some of the band’s songs have been featured on television, on shows such as Entourage, Friday Night Lights, Person of Interest, and more, as well as in video games such as NASCAR 09, MLB 09: The Show, MLB 12: The Show and Sleeping Dogs.

ENJOY!

Lyrics

I been thinking for a while now,
How you had me still.
Playing with my mind, now darling,
Hope you got your fill.

‘Cause this train is leaving,
It’s rolling down the track.
Singing “Ain’t no turnin’ back.”

Now I’m a simple man, it’s true.
But Givin’ all I had to you.
Really don’t leave much for me,
Sorry Woman, I had to let you be.

‘Cause this train is leaving,
It’s rolling down the track.
Singing “Ain’t no turnin’ back.”
Singing “Ain’t no turnin’ back.”

One day you’re going to realize
I ain’t the one to blame.
I see how you critisize and curse my very name,
now baby that’s alright.

‘Cause I got better things to do than be your whipping boy,
So you can say what you want ’bout me
Hope it brings some type of joy back in your life.
‘Cause it don’t matter what I do,
There just ain’t no pleasing you.

Just say it how you mean it.
Just tell us how you feel.
Whoa, just say it how you mean it,
Just tell us…

Hope one day you’ll find a man that
Can keep you satisfied,
Have yourself a mess of kids
And a real comfortable life

This train is leaving,
It’s rolling downt the track,
Singing “Ain’t no turnin’ back”.

Still I really wish you well,
In Spite of all the lies you tell.
Can’t Keep No Good Boy Down,
Woman when you gonna look around?

This train is leaving,
It’s rolling down the track,
Singing “Ain’t no turnin’ back”.

This train is leaving,
It’s rolling down the track,
Singing “Ain’t no turnin’ back”.
Singing “Ain’t no turnin’ back”.

Singing “Ain’t no turnin’ back”.
Singing “Ain’t no turnin’ back”.

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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: