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Veteran writer, reporter and radio personality Paul Finebaum built a legion of loyal sports fans as the "Voice of the SEC" during 20 years hosting his Birmingham, Ala.-based radio talk show. When ESPN created the SEC Network in 2013, it was only natural that Finebaum became its first on-air hire, bringing his radio show -- and those passionate followers -- with him. Now originating from Wynfrey Hotel, Hoover Ala., the show is a forum for lively discussion and debate of all things SEC and across the spectrum of college sports, with Finebaum playing the role of both moderator and provocateur. This TV simulcast anchors the network's afternoon lineup.

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aired 244 days ago
Veteran writer, reporter and radio personality Paul Finebaum built a legion of loyal sports fans as the "Voice of the SEC" during 20 years hosting his Birmingham, Ala.-based radio talk show. When ESPN created the SEC Network in 2013, it was only natural that Finebaum became its first on-air hire, bringing his radio show -- and those passionate followers -- with him. Now originating from Wynfrey Hotel, Hoover Ala., the show is a forum for lively discussion and debate of all things SEC and across the spectrum of college sports, with Finebaum playing the role of both moderator and provocateur. This TV simulcast anchors the network's afternoon lineup.
aired 246 days ago
Veteran writer, reporter and radio personality Paul Finebaum built a legion of loyal sports fans as the "Voice of the SEC" during 20 years hosting his Birmingham, Ala.-based radio talk show. When ESPN created the SEC Network in 2013, it was only natural that Finebaum became its first on-air hire, bringing his radio show -- and those passionate followers -- with him. Now originating from Wynfrey Hotel, Hoover Ala., the show is a forum for lively discussion and debate of all things SEC and across the spectrum of college sports, with Finebaum playing the role of both moderator and provocateur. This TV simulcast anchors the network's afternoon lineup.
aired 253 days ago
Veteran writer, reporter and radio personality Paul Finebaum built a legion of loyal sports fans as the "Voice of the SEC" during 20 years hosting his Birmingham, Ala.-based radio talk show. When ESPN created the SEC Network in 2013, it was only natural that Finebaum became its first on-air hire, bringing his radio show -- and those passionate followers -- with him. Now originating from Wynfrey Hotel, Hoover Ala., the show is a forum for lively discussion and debate of all things SEC and across the spectrum of college sports, with Finebaum playing the role of both moderator and provocateur. This TV simulcast anchors the network's afternoon lineup.
aired 256 days ago
Veteran writer, reporter and radio personality Paul Finebaum built a legion of loyal sports fans as the "Voice of the SEC" during 20 years hosting his Birmingham, Ala.-based radio talk show. When ESPN created the SEC Network in 2013, it was only natural that Finebaum became its first on-air hire, bringing his radio show -- and those passionate followers -- with him. Now originating from Wynfrey Hotel, Hoover Ala., the show is a forum for lively discussion and debate of all things SEC and across the spectrum of college sports, with Finebaum playing the role of both moderator and provocateur. This TV simulcast anchors the network's afternoon lineup.
aired 257 days ago
Veteran writer, reporter and radio personality Paul Finebaum built a legion of loyal sports fans as the "Voice of the SEC" during 20 years hosting his Birmingham, Ala.-based radio talk show. When ESPN created the SEC Network in 2013, it was only natural that Finebaum became its first on-air hire, bringing his radio show -- and those passionate followers -- with him. Now originating from Wynfrey Hotel, Hoover Ala., the show is a forum for lively discussion and debate of all things SEC and across the spectrum of college sports, with Finebaum playing the role of both moderator and provocateur. This TV simulcast anchors the network's afternoon lineup.
aired 258 days ago
Veteran writer, reporter and radio personality Paul Finebaum built a legion of loyal sports fans as the "Voice of the SEC" during 20 years hosting his Birmingham, Ala.-based radio talk show. When ESPN created the SEC Network in 2013, it was only natural that Finebaum became its first on-air hire, bringing his radio show -- and those passionate followers -- with him. Now originating from Wynfrey Hotel, Hoover Ala., the show is a forum for lively discussion and debate of all things SEC and across the spectrum of college sports, with Finebaum playing the role of both moderator and provocateur. This TV simulcast anchors the network's afternoon lineup.
aired 259 days ago
Veteran writer, reporter and radio personality Paul Finebaum built a legion of loyal sports fans as the "Voice of the SEC" during 20 years hosting his Birmingham, Ala.-based radio talk show. When ESPN created the SEC Network in 2013, it was only natural that Finebaum became its first on-air hire, bringing his radio show -- and those passionate followers -- with him. Now originating from Wynfrey Hotel, Hoover Ala., the show is a forum for lively discussion and debate of all things SEC and across the spectrum of college sports, with Finebaum playing the role of both moderator and provocateur. This TV simulcast anchors the network's afternoon lineup.
aired 260 days ago
Veteran writer, reporter and radio personality Paul Finebaum built a legion of loyal sports fans as the "Voice of the SEC" during 20 years hosting his Birmingham, Ala.-based radio talk show. When ESPN created the SEC Network in 2013, it was only natural that Finebaum became its first on-air hire, bringing his radio show -- and those passionate followers -- with him. Now originating from Wynfrey Hotel, Hoover Ala., the show is a forum for lively discussion and debate of all things SEC and across the spectrum of college sports, with Finebaum playing the role of both moderator and provocateur. This TV simulcast anchors the network's afternoon lineup.
aired 263 days ago
Veteran writer, reporter and radio personality Paul Finebaum built a legion of loyal sports fans as the "Voice of the SEC" during 20 years hosting his Birmingham, Ala.-based radio talk show. When ESPN created the SEC Network in 2013, it was only natural that Finebaum became its first on-air hire, bringing his radio show -- and those passionate followers -- with him. Now originating from Wynfrey Hotel, Hoover Ala., the show is a forum for lively discussion and debate of all things SEC and across the spectrum of college sports, with Finebaum playing the role of both moderator and provocateur. This TV simulcast anchors the network's afternoon lineup.
aired 264 days ago
Veteran writer, reporter and radio personality Paul Finebaum built a legion of loyal sports fans as the "Voice of the SEC" during 20 years hosting his Birmingham, Ala.-based radio talk show. When ESPN created the SEC Network in 2013, it was only natural that Finebaum became its first on-air hire, bringing his radio show -- and those passionate followers -- with him. Now originating from Wynfrey Hotel, Hoover Ala., the show is a forum for lively discussion and debate of all things SEC and across the spectrum of college sports, with Finebaum playing the role of both moderator and provocateur. This TV simulcast anchors the network's afternoon lineup.
aired 265 days ago
Veteran writer, reporter and radio personality Paul Finebaum built a legion of loyal sports fans as the "Voice of the SEC" during 20 years hosting his Birmingham, Ala.-based radio talk show. When ESPN created the SEC Network in 2013, it was only natural that Finebaum became its first on-air hire, bringing his radio show -- and those passionate followers -- with him. Now originating from Wynfrey Hotel, Hoover Ala., the show is a forum for lively discussion and debate of all things SEC and across the spectrum of college sports, with Finebaum playing the role of both moderator and provocateur. This TV simulcast anchors the network's afternoon lineup.
aired 266 days ago
Veteran writer, reporter and radio personality Paul Finebaum built a legion of loyal sports fans as the "Voice of the SEC" during 20 years hosting his Birmingham, Ala.-based radio talk show. When ESPN created the SEC Network in 2013, it was only natural that Finebaum became its first on-air hire, bringing his radio show -- and those passionate followers -- with him. Now originating from Wynfrey Hotel, Hoover Ala., the show is a forum for lively discussion and debate of all things SEC and across the spectrum of college sports, with Finebaum playing the role of both moderator and provocateur. This TV simulcast anchors the network's afternoon lineup.
aired 294 days ago
Veteran writer, reporter and radio personality Paul Finebaum built a legion of loyal sports fans as the "Voice of the SEC" during 20 years hosting his Birmingham, Ala.-based radio talk show. When ESPN created the SEC Network in 2013, it was only natural that Finebaum became its first on-air hire, bringing his radio show -- and those passionate followers -- with him. Now originating from Wynfrey Hotel, Hoover Ala., the show is a forum for lively discussion and debate of all things SEC and across the spectrum of college sports, with Finebaum playing the role of both moderator and provocateur. This TV simulcast anchors the network's afternoon lineup.
aired 295 days ago
Veteran writer, reporter and radio personality Paul Finebaum built a legion of loyal sports fans as the "Voice of the SEC" during 20 years hosting his Birmingham, Ala.-based radio talk show. When ESPN created the SEC Network in 2013, it was only natural that Finebaum became its first on-air hire, bringing his radio show -- and those passionate followers -- with him. Now originating from Wynfrey Hotel, Hoover Ala., the show is a forum for lively discussion and debate of all things SEC and across the spectrum of college sports, with Finebaum playing the role of both moderator and provocateur. This TV simulcast anchors the network's afternoon lineup.
aired 298 days ago
Veteran writer, reporter and radio personality Paul Finebaum built a legion of loyal sports fans as the "Voice of the SEC" during 20 years hosting his Birmingham, Ala.-based radio talk show. When ESPN created the SEC Network in 2013, it was only natural that Finebaum became its first on-air hire, bringing his radio show -- and those passionate followers -- with him. Now originating from Wynfrey Hotel, Hoover Ala., the show is a forum for lively discussion and debate of all things SEC and across the spectrum of college sports, with Finebaum playing the role of both moderator and provocateur. This TV simulcast anchors the network's afternoon lineup.
aired 299 days ago
Veteran writer, reporter and radio personality Paul Finebaum built a legion of loyal sports fans as the "Voice of the SEC" during 20 years hosting his Birmingham, Ala.-based radio talk show. When ESPN created the SEC Network in 2013, it was only natural that Finebaum became its first on-air hire, bringing his radio show -- and those passionate followers -- with him. Now originating from Wynfrey Hotel, Hoover Ala., the show is a forum for lively discussion and debate of all things SEC and across the spectrum of college sports, with Finebaum playing the role of both moderator and provocateur. This TV simulcast anchors the network's afternoon lineup.
aired 300 days ago
Veteran writer, reporter and radio personality Paul Finebaum built a legion of loyal sports fans as the "Voice of the SEC" during 20 years hosting his Birmingham, Ala.-based radio talk show. When ESPN created the SEC Network in 2013, it was only natural that Finebaum became its first on-air hire, bringing his radio show -- and those passionate followers -- with him. Now originating from Wynfrey Hotel, Hoover Ala., the show is a forum for lively discussion and debate of all things SEC and across the spectrum of college sports, with Finebaum playing the role of both moderator and provocateur. This TV simulcast anchors the network's afternoon lineup.
aired 301 days ago
Veteran writer, reporter and radio personality Paul Finebaum built a legion of loyal sports fans as the "Voice of the SEC" during 20 years hosting his Birmingham, Ala.-based radio talk show. When ESPN created the SEC Network in 2013, it was only natural that Finebaum became its first on-air hire, bringing his radio show -- and those passionate followers -- with him. Now originating from Wynfrey Hotel, Hoover Ala., the show is a forum for lively discussion and debate of all things SEC and across the spectrum of college sports, with Finebaum playing the role of both moderator and provocateur. This TV simulcast anchors the network's afternoon lineup.
aired 302 days ago
Veteran writer, reporter and radio personality Paul Finebaum built a legion of loyal sports fans as the "Voice of the SEC" during 20 years hosting his Birmingham, Ala.-based radio talk show. When ESPN created the SEC Network in 2013, it was only natural that Finebaum became its first on-air hire, bringing his radio show -- and those passionate followers -- with him. Now originating from Wynfrey Hotel, Hoover Ala., the show is a forum for lively discussion and debate of all things SEC and across the spectrum of college sports, with Finebaum playing the role of both moderator and provocateur. This TV simulcast anchors the network's afternoon lineup.
aired 305 days ago
Veteran writer, reporter and radio personality Paul Finebaum built a legion of loyal sports fans as the "Voice of the SEC" during 20 years hosting his Birmingham, Ala.-based radio talk show. When ESPN created the SEC Network in 2013, it was only natural that Finebaum became its first on-air hire, bringing his radio show -- and those passionate followers -- with him. Now originating from Wynfrey Hotel, Hoover Ala., the show is a forum for lively discussion and debate of all things SEC and across the spectrum of college sports, with Finebaum playing the role of both moderator and provocateur. This TV simulcast anchors the network's afternoon lineup.
aired 306 days ago
Veteran writer, reporter and radio personality Paul Finebaum built a legion of loyal sports fans as the "Voice of the SEC" during 20 years hosting his Birmingham, Ala.-based radio talk show. When ESPN created the SEC Network in 2013, it was only natural that Finebaum became its first on-air hire, bringing his radio show -- and those passionate followers -- with him. Now originating from Wynfrey Hotel, Hoover Ala., the show is a forum for lively discussion and debate of all things SEC and across the spectrum of college sports, with Finebaum playing the role of both moderator and provocateur. This TV simulcast anchors the network's afternoon lineup.

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