The Paul Finebaum Show
Greg Byrne Joins the Show: 1/20/17
Paul's joined by Alabama AD Greg Byrne to talk about his new role. Also, Wes Rucker talks Tennessee football, and Phillip Stutts discusses Donald Trump's inauguration.
Paul's Alive and Well: 1/19/17
Paul returns after leaving Tuesday's show with an illness. Jim from Tuscaloosa gets into a phoner feud with a newcomer, plus Mel Kiper Jr. and Brock Huard join the program.
Hour 1: 1/19/17
Paul Finebaum discusses the new Greg Byrne hire for AD at Alabama and welcomes ESPN CFB Analyst Brock Huard to the show.
Hour 2: 1/19/17
Paul Finebaum welcomes ESPN NFL Draft Expert Mel Kiper Jr. to discuss his first mock draft. 13-year-old Joe from Columbus calls in to talk Georgia football.
Hour 3: 1/19/17
Paul Finebaum examines how Leonard Fournette will perform in the NFL with Charles from Lumberton and Chris from Memphis talks Arkansas football, Alabama fans and Josh Dobbs.
Hour 4: 1/19/17
Paul Finebaum discusses the new CFP Committee members with Matt from Columbus and Paul from Pittsburgh thinks Joe Paterno is the best coach in CFB history.
Will Dabo Succeed Saban?: 1/18/17
Peter Burns is in for Paul, and he's joined by Giants safety Landon Collins, Bleacher Report's Barrett Sallee, Kentucky Sports Radio's Matt Jones and others.
Hour 1 : 1/18/17
Peter Burns fills in for Paul Finebaum and welcomes several guests to the show to talk SEC and much more.
Hour 2: 1/18/17
Peter Burns welcomes Barrett Sallee of the Bleacher Report to the show to discuss the Tennessee AD and OC search. Also, ESPN writer Jeremy Crabtree joins.
Hour 3: 1/18/17
Peter Burns chats with Laura Rutledge to discuss National Signing Day being two weeks away and more.
Hour 4: 1/18/17
Vic from Louisville chimes in on the Nick Saban and Dabo Swinney conversation. Plus, Matthew from Dothan speculates about Auburn's next offensive coordinator.
Peter Burns Tuesday Take-Over: 1/17/17
Peter Burns fills in for Paul, and is joined by Marcus Spears of the SEC Network, Bob Nightengale of USA Today, and Danny Sheridan of USA Today.
Hour 1: 1/17/17
Peter Burns fills in for Paul Finebaum and chats with Gamecocks coach Frank Martin on the season and more.
Hour 2: 1/17/17
Peter Burns welcomes SEC Network analyst Marcus Spears and USA Today's Bob Nightengale to the show.
Hour 3: 1/17/17
Peter Burns takes calls and welcomes USA Today's Danny Sheridan to the show who talks about 2017 CFB front-runners and more.
Hour 4: 1/17/17
Peter doesn't think John would be honest about giving up beer until July and Sam Khan joins who talks about the SEC teams dealing with early player departures for the NFL.
Hour 1 : 1/16/17
Phil from Jacksonville discusses the night Dr. King died while he was a senior at Georgia Tech living in Atlanta. Also, Alabama AD Bill Battle joins the show.
Hour 2: 1/16/17
Paul Finebaum replays a call from 2008 of a man changing his racist ways and Ethel from Eutaw Is happy to finally talk to Paul.
Hour 3: 1/16/17
Fred from Plano discusses the importance of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. on his day. Plus, Cecil Hurt joins the show.
Hour 4: 1/16/17
Jimmie from Alexis AL is 89-years-old talks about segregation in the South. Plus, Larry from Shelby, Darryl from Columbus and Jim from Tuscaloosa all check-in.
Celebrating The Legacy of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.: 1/16/17
Today we honor the great civil rights activist Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. We're joined by Vice Chancellor for Athletics and Affairs of Vanderbilt University David Williams II.
Is Mayo on a Hot Dog Okay?: 1/13/17
Peter Burns is in for Paul. We discover that Charles in Reeltown puts mayonnaise on his hot dogs and French fries, and a debate ensues on whether or not this is acceptable.
Hour 1: 1/13/17
Peter Burns fills in for Paul and discusses Cam Robinson and other Alabama players declaring for the draft. Charles from Reeltown accuses Alabama of paying recruits.
Hour 2: 1/13/17
Peter Burns fills in for Paul and talks to Tyler from Nashville who wonders if Tennessee will bounce back next year. UGA Long-Snapper Trent Frix comes on the show.
Hour 3: 1/13/17
Peter Burns fills in for Paul and talks to Fred from Plano about Bo Jackson's regret over playing football. Travis Haney from 24/7 Sports joins the show.
Hour 4: 1/13/17
Peter Burns fills in for Paul and welcomes Bill Bender from The Sporting News to the show as well as SECN Reporter Laura Rutledge.
Homer Almost Has the Call of the Year: 1/12/17
Paul's joined by sports agent Donald Yee, who co-founded the Pac Pro Football. Plus, Homer from Minden goes on a series of unrelated endless rants about absolutely nothing.
Hour 1: 1/12/17
Paul Finebaum discusses Auburn's Rhett Lashlee heading to UConn as OC and welcomes SECN CFB Analyst Cole Cubelic to the show. Jim from Tuscaloosa talks politics.
Hour 2: 1/12/17
Paul Finebaum discusses his days as an editor at UT with James from Ft. Walton Beach. Sports Agent Donald Yee joins the show.
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