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Paul Finebaum was on 94.5’s WJOX "McElroy and Cubelic in the Morning" Monday and shared his thoughts on Alabama's close win over LSU Saturday night in Tuscaloosa. Per The Spun:
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“I don’t think that you would get a lot of meltdown here on Monday Greg,” Finebaum said. “You’re close to that staff so you probably know some of the answers but I think they know they have challenges but I don’t think they are looking at Saturday night as an abject disaster. They won the game and they beat LSU and I know this is a devalued LSU team but I couldn’t help but chuckle when I was hearing from some of my friends yesterday demanding several coaches to be fired.”
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As Barney Fife would say, " He's a nut! ".
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Frig ears!!
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Pawwl sucks and always has.
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The Dogs will bite the shite out the Tide and Kirby will be lifted high and Saban will realize his time has passed
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Not news
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Fake news
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That bandwagon turd needs to update us on Tennessee because that's where he actually graduated.
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It might not have been an "abject disaster," but this Bama team is quite a few notches below the typical Tide team.....for much of that game, LSU looked like the better squad...
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fricking infuriating that Bama is FINALLY down a peg but of course its the same year that LSU is down 5 pegs.
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Paul can never give lsu any credit.
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They often don’t deserve it.
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look, we outplayed Bama but they were clearly sleepwalking through the game. If we played them again tomorrow, they win by 30.
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Eh idk. Were they also sleepwalking against aTm, Florida and first 3 quarters against Tenn? This Bama team is nothing like they usually are.
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Whenever their demise is......and it will be sooner rather than later, it will be the most magnificent melt of all time!
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It’s been predicted every week for 15 years.
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Even when Saban eventually leaves, the foundation he built will yield many successful years to come. And whoever replaces him will surely be the top available. Of course they won’t win it all every year but they will be in the conversation for many many years to come
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If Saban had stayed at LSU, they would likely have 8-10 more titles by now
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