Since the inauguration of the SEC Network in 2013, Paul Finebaum — love him or hate him — has been front and center with plenty of soundbites that have made their way around the internet. Finebaum has become so popular in some parts that he has developed a bit of a cult-like following.
In fact, ESPN is so in love with his four-hour show, AL.com reported that ESPN doesn’t plan on axing the personality anytime soon and we may see more Finebaum in the future.
Not one noble Google search came up about Finebaum, but ESPN is in a renaissance of revamping its network with younger and newer talent and the network’s assured of Finebaum’s future with ESPN.
So, if the network thinks granting him more air time will serve as an asset to the network, then they should atleast bring back Howard Schwab of Stump the Schwab.
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