Nov 182016
 
Dr. lou

Sean Heninger aka “Rockstar” and “Dr. Lou”

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 voices you hear are those of the “Roundtable” which include Jim Dunaway, Ryan Brown, and Lance Taylor.

Give it a listen:

Play Dr Lou Parody of The Paul Finebaum Show

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Nov 032016
 

Woah Nelly! It’s “Bama vs. LSU” week again in college football!Chris Vernon

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 could land a permanent position should he upset Nick Saban and the Crimson Tide.  Orgeron is of Cajun descent and seems to fit in pretty well in Baton Rouge so far.

You know, Orgeron was a head coach once before in the SEC. He was the head man at the University of Mississippi Colonel Reb Black Bear Rebels or something.

That one didn’t turn out so well. But, it sure was entertaining – thanks in part to popular sports talk host, Chris Vernon, formerly of 92.9 ESPN in Memphis, Tennessee.

In honor of Coach O and this week’s rivalry game, I thought I would bring back this little ditty by “Verno”.

Sing along!

Don’t worry if you don’t know the words, there’s a snappy little chorus, just jump right on in there!

Oct 282016
 

Celebrity sports fan, Tom Arnold, appeared on The Paul Finebaum Show today and promptly dropped this little bombshell:
Finebaum Tweets

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 222016
 

 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.

Jonathan Allen says hello to Trevor Knight.

Oct 162016
 

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 91-434 6
Jalen Hurts, Alabama 7 63.5 1,385 9 3 142.4 74-498 8

Compiled from NCAA, team stats
Jalen Hurts

Oct 142016
 

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 earlier this season against Virginia Tech at “The Battle of Bristol”.

It was captured on video by Busted Coverage which went viral throughout social media shortly thereafter.

The Tennessee faithful have embraced the hashtag #WGWTFA on social media and it didn’t take long to find its way onto various products design to capitalize on its popularity.

Whether #WGWTFA ever replaces “Go Vols!” as the pseudo-official battle cry of the Vol nation remains to be seen. The Vols have already lost to Texas A&M and a loss to the Crimson Tide would certainly diminish the somewhat arrogant nature of the phrase.

Given that it’s “The Third Saturday in October”, Bama fans are hoping to give the hastag #WGWTFA new meanings. Here are a few:

Bama Beats Tennessee - Again!
"Who Gets Worried Tennessee Fans Afraid?"
"We Grow Weird Tennessee Facial Hair" "The Closest Darrell Taylor Will Ever Be To Number One"

BattleAtBristol

Oct 062016
 

Donald Trump Solves The Florida LSU DilemmaRepublican Presidential Nominee, Donald Trump, has offered this solution to the cancellation of this Saturday’s SEC college football game between The University of Florida and Louisiana State University.

The game was scheduled to be played in Gainesville but has been indefinitely postponed due to the imminent threat of Hurricane Matthew.

Paul Finebaum announced before today’s official cancellation of the game that ESPN’s SEC Nation and crew would not be in Gainesville this Saturday.

Aug 062015
 

Drunk Finebaum Caller“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 liquor preferences.

Once “The Big Swagu” (aka Marcus Spears) joined the conversation, things really got entertaining.

It’s worth a listen!

Play Charlie From Memphis - The Scotch Connoisseur

Did you notice a resemblance to the call from “Smokey” when he was having a heart attack?

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Dec 312014
 
Finebaum SEC Broadcast

Paul Finebaum On SEC Nation

From Al.com.

Paul Finebaum will be taking your calls again live during the Sugar Bowl.

After doing a live show during the Iron Bowl, the SEC Network again plans to air a “Finebaum Film Room” live segment during No. 1 Alabama’s 7:30 p.m. New Year’s Day matchup with No. 4 Ohio State, a College Football Playoff semifinal.

Finebaum will be joined by ESPN analysts and former SEC players Greg McElroy and Booger McFarland to discuss the game live and take viewer calls.