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ESPN's Paul Finebaum appeared on 'McElroy and Cubelic in the Morning' on Monday and commented on Alabama offensive coordinator Ryan Grubb's recent departure after National Signing Day.

Grubb is now headed to the Seattle Seahawks and Finebaum was 'troubled' with how the move went down. Per The Spun.
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“I’m very troubled by this decision because, after Kalen DeBoer was hired, most people agreed that the hiring of Ryan Grubb was going to be his best move,” Finebaum said. “While I’m well aware he is replaceable, I don’t like what I’ve seen.

“I really don’t like the fact that Ryan Grubb stood up the other day and said I am the offensive coordinator if he wasn’t sure. I realized it was National Signing Day, but this whole thing really smells and I don’t know where the blame lies. I don’t mind the guy getting an opportunity. But, to me, it’s a very bad look for Alabama.”
Filed Under: Alabama Sports
Originally published on SECRant.com

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imjustafatkid18 days
Oh no not Paul Finebaum.
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Jabontik19 days
I knew the knives would come out fast for this guy, but wow that was fast. He hasn't coached game one and the rumblings are rumbling. Better not lose coach...
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Rex Feral19 days
Hot take there, Paul
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Bham4Tide19 days
The Bama obsession is going away. Only 5 of the 10 front page “news” articles are about Bama. The horror.
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notguilty19 days
It's a bad look for Ryan Grubb. He appears to be shady. a liar and untrustworthy.
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BobABooey19 days
Miss Cleo told me the head coaching job at the Miami Dolphins is in his future. CALL ME NOW!
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Luke19 days
Misleading recruits is a bad look…
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TigerB819 days
oh nooooo, Bama has normal problems now!
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Nix to Twillie19 days
No shite
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