Oct 062014
 

By FinebaumFan.

“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:

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.

Play Phyllis From Mulga - Colin Cowherd: COW TURD

 

Today’s response to Cowherd was as intense as her first:

Here’s the COMPLETE call.

Play Phyllis From Mulga Scolds Colin Cowherd - Again

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Roll Tide!

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Oct 022014
 

From YouTube Posted by 24Jgm.

“Hi! My name is Bro Ballace, starting quarterback for the Old Mississippi University Rebellious Black Bear Admirals or something… HOBBY LOBBY!”

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Oct 022014
 
Mississippi Territory

The Mississippi Territory

“Oh yeah, I laid in bed two days after that…”- “Randy In Mobile”

What we learned on Finebaum today:

On March 1, 1817, President James Monroe signed an act admitting Mississippi to The Union.  The western part of the Mississippi Territory became a state, and the eastern half became the Alabama Territory. In December of 1817, Mississippi became a state. Alabama followed in 1819.

Who said The Finebaum Show wasn’t educational?

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Sep 152014
 

“Gatorheart” is an instant Finebaum classic loosely based on the 1995 epic historical drama war film, “Braveheart“, directed by and starring Mel Gibson.

Posted by Jason Avery.

Sep 082014
 
Jim Disgusts Finebaum

Paul Finebaum’s reaction to “Jim From Tuscaloosa”.

Jim from Tuscaloosa” continues to embarrass his home state of Alabama on The Paul Finebaum Show.  Listen to his latest rant on the quarterback “controversy” at the University of Alabama.

It an agenda, Paul… it’s the protection agenda.  He’s one of THEM. He’s one of THEIRS – they figure.  It’s a color deal, Paul. It’s about COLOR.” – The REAL Jim From Tuscaloosa.

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Apr 282014
 
Play Paul Finebaum Interviews AJ McCarron Prior To NFL Draft

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Apr 222014
 
Play Call of the Day - Chris from Ohio vs. Phyllis from Mulga

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Apr 142014
 

By Finebaum Fan.

The Cover of Carson Tinker's Book.

The Cover of Carson Tinker’s Book.

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.

Carson Tinker is an inspiration to many people.  He was a “walk-on” long snapper for the Crimson Tide in 2008 who earned and was awarded a full scholarship prior to his senior season in 2012.

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.

Mar 032014
 
Arizona Coach Rich Rodriguez

Arizona Coach Rich Rodriguez

From YouTube Posted By ArizonaAthletics.

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

Feb 112014
 

telephone270x200“I too would be gay if every man in the world looked like Nick Saban…”

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