Nearly everyone in Alabama was a Nick Saban fan last Wednesday after he announced his plans to retire as the Crimson Tide’s head coach. Even those who previously hated on Saban, like Alabama Political Reporter's Josh Moon, got on the bandwagon that day.
Could the University of Alabama soon be looking for the greatest of all time's replacement? ESPN's Paul Finebaum seems to think so.
Monday on ESPN's "Get Up," SEC Network host Paul Finebaum weighed in on the College Football Playoff committee's controversial decision to select Alabama to their final four teams over an undefeated Florida State.
On Monday, SEC Network's Paul Finebaum reacted to the 88th edition of the Iron Bowl, which saw Alabama convert a 4th and 31 for a touchdown with under a minute remaining to avoid the upset.
Paul Finebaum was not impressed with Lane Kiffin’s performance Saturday in a 24-10 loss to Alabama.
ESPN’s Paul Finebaum made an appearance on ESPN's “Matt Barrie Show” and was asked about the possibility of Sanders becoming Saban's successor.
After missing out on the playoffs last season, Alabama’s focus going into this season has been to bring more intensity and physicality, and it starts on the offensive line.
SEC Network college football analyst Paul Finebaum has strong faith in Nick Saban’s ability to restore Alabama to their customary excellence in 2023.
The special session of the Alabama Legislature on redistricting was a lot like former Gov. George Wallace’s “Stand in the Schoolhouse Door” in 1963 to stop the integration of the University of Alabama, according to the SEC Network’s Paul Finebaum.
Nick Saban’s SEC Media Days appearance ended Wednesday, but even when Saban is not present, his name remains at the forefront of the other SEC coaches’ media appearances, and Thursday was no different.
Nick Saban and Alabama are not scheduled to be at SEC Media Days until Wednesday, but that didn’t stop SEC Network analyst Paul Finebaum from getting in a hot take about Saban.
SEC Network's Paul Finebaum praised Auburn head football coach Hugh Freeze this week on ESPN College Football's "The Matt Barrie Show," giving him an "A-plus-plus" for getting the fans back on board with the program.
With SEC Media Days just a few weeks away, Georgia may be getting all the buzz coming off back-to-back National Championships, but according to SEC Network host Paul Finebaum, “Alabama is still the biggest school in college football.”
Monday on "McElroy and Cubelic in the Morning," ESPN’s Paul Finebaum spoke about Milroe and the momentum that he has been gaining lately at becoming the starter for Alabama.
Paul Finebaum suggested there was a "changing of the guard" now that Georgia's Kirby Smart has led his Bulldogs to back-to-back titles with a blowout 65-7 win over TCU in the National Championship Game Monday night.
Monday on Birmingham FM radio's "McElroy and Cubelic in the Morning," SEC Network's Paul Finebaum reacted to the College Football Playoff Committee announcing its final four teams of Georgia, Michigan, TCU and Ohio State.
As rumors swirl about the next Auburn head football coach, SEC Network's Paul Finebaum is floating a new, yet familiar, name out there.
During an appearance on Paul Finebaum's nationally syndicated radio show, also simulcasted on the SEC Network, Sen. Tommy Tuberville responded to Finebaum's suggestion that he and Sen. Joe Manchin (D-W.Va.) were working on behalf of Alabama head football coach Nick Saban.