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Paul Finebaum was on the most recent episode of the ESPN College Football Podcast and picked LSU over Florida as the better head coaching job. Per SDS:

“LSU,” Finebaum said on the ESPN College Football Podcast. “The talent pool is much better, you own your own state – Nick Saban has made a living down there, but you can put some borders up – and you’re not fighting FSU and Miami. The fact that Mike Norvell might have the ascending program in that state is even more surprising.”
Both LSU and Florida are looking for new coaches now that Dan Mullen was fired on Sunday.

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Napier is going to be a Will Wade like coach at UF. QB and has youthful energy
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Why do you cover every ridiculous thing that come out of Paul's mouth?
Reply4 days
Some how some way he had to throw Saint Nick in the convo.
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If the topic were nuclear fission, Paul would say Nicky invented it.
3 days
Interesting that he said Nick Saban has made a living off Louisiana recruits. True dat!
Reply4 days
Alabama never plays Florida so how would he know
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What kinda weed you smoking, what do you mean florida never plays alabama? Were ya sleeping or heavy on the weed? Florida and Bama played I think 3 years when Jim McElain was head of the gators and for sure at least once last season when gators still had Danny Mullens in the conference championship. Yep you definitely Don not watch sec football. Go back and smoke your weed watching your ping pong championship : ) oh and your welcome
4 days
Both are great jobs.
Reply4 days
Cool. Nobody GAF what he thinks.
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Great insight and analysis. We knew none of this.
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