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Paul Finebaum is joined by Barrett Sallee from SiriusXM and takes callers' questions.
Jim from Tuscaloosa directs some questionable comments at Laura Rutledge and other callers are not happy about it. Adam Rittenberg and Barrett Salee also join the show.
Paul Finebaum talks to callers and is joined by ESPN's Adam Rittenberg.
Paul Finebaum talks to callers and welcomes SEC Network's Laura Rutledge to the show.
Paul Finebaum takes questions from callers.
Neil earns Most Delusional honors (:30) by saying if Nick Saban was actually good, he'd find a way to win every year. Plus, Matt Jones and Jim from Tuscaloosa debate (9:35).
Kentucky Sports Radio's Matt Jones stays for two extra segments when Jim from Tuscaloosa calls in to debate. Plus, Charles Davis, Spencer Hall and Dennis Dodd join the show.
Paul Finebaum talks to Dennis Dodd from CBS Sports and continues to take callers' questions.
Paul Finebaum talks to callers and welcomes Spencer Hall from SB Nation to the show.
Paul Finebaum welcomes in Charles Davis and takes callers' questions.
Jim M. Page, the CCE President & CEO of Commerce of West Alabama, joins the final hour of the show. Also, Matt from Alabama has some choice words for Jim from Tuscaloosa.
Jay Paterno joins Paul Finebaum, but Bogie in Alabama is disgusted with the Paterno's interview.
CBS Sports' Ben Kercheval joins the show in the second hour. Plus, Lou in Nashville thinks the SEC is overrated.
Saturday Down South's Al Blanton and The Oklahoman Berry Tramel joins Paul Finebaum in the first hour of the show.
Jay Paterno opens up to Paul about his father & his legacy at Penn St. & we talk about the impact Nick Saban has with Al Blanton, Jim M Page and Ben Kercheval.
Terri in Alabama wonders where Tammy has been. Joe in Houston hopes Tom Herman does well for Texas. Also, John in Alabama is curious what kind of dog Paul owns.
Guests include George Schroeder, Jason Kersey, David Toms and Marty Smith. Plus, one caller says Nick Saban's overrated because he doesn't win it all every year. Seriously.
In the third hour of the show, ESPN reporter Marty Smith joins Paul Finebaum to talk college football and much more.
PGA Champions Tour Player David Toms joins Paul Finebaum. Plus, Paul takes calls on SEC football and more.
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