The four-hour daily program, simulcast on ESPN Radio, showcases Finebaum's compelling opinions and deep knowledge of the SEC, as well as his interactions with his passionate callers - many of whom have followed him for years. The show airs live from SEC Network's Charlotte studios Monday-Thursday and from each SEC Nation site for #FinebaumFriday throughout the season.
About Paul Finebaum
After graduating from the University of Tennessee, Finebaum found his way to Birmingham in 1980 and became an award-winning columnist and investigative reporter for the Birmingham Post-Herald and later the Mobile Press-Register. In 2001, he launched the Paul Finebaum Radio Network and quickly became the leading voice on college football in the South. The Tennessean named him one of the SEC's top power brokers (2002), the Orlando Sentinel named him one of the SEC's 10 most powerful people (2009) and the Wall Street Journal called him "The Oprah Winfrey of College Sports."
As the host of The Paul Finebaum Show, Finebaum is known for his ability to tap into the deep-seated emotions college sports fans have for their teams. As both moderator and provocateur, Finebaum has curated a forum for passionate discussion and debate across the spectrum of college sports while amassing an audience of millions nationwide.