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ESPN is going to give you more Paul Finebaum in 2015

The first year of the SEC Network, powered by ESPN, was a massive success that exceeded even lofty expectations. Paul Finebaum, the longtime voice of SEC football, was a key part of the new network’s lineup in year one, and it looks as though we are going to get more Finebaum in year two. 183 more words

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No May in September?

Mark May was an offensive lineman for the highly successful Pittsburgh Panthers from 1977 to 1980.  He won the Outland Trophy following his senior season.  The Outland is presented annually to the best interior lineman in Division I. 254 more words

Say 'Goodbye' To Mark May And 'Hello' To Your New 'College Football Final' Cast

ESPN’s college-football coverage is some of the network’s most popular programming, and the second-biggest program covering the sport will look completely different this upcoming season. Since… 199 more words


Jerry Jones says he would consider trading Cowboys' 2016 1st-round pick

The Dallas Cowboys only had one pick in the first round of this year’s draft, but with Thursday’s addition of former LSU offensive tackle La’el Collins, the team ended up with three first-round talents. 262 more words


Joey Galloway: CFB Playoff Should Be Conference Champions Only

ESPN CFB analyst Joey Galloway joined Booger McFarland to discuss the College Football Playoff.

Galloway said he thinks Mississippi State is a sitting duck right now. 132 more words


ESPN analyst applauds TCU jumping Alabama in CFB Playoff poll

ESPN college football analyst Joey Galloway sees this as a good thing for college football.

I’m sure Alabama would beg to differ.

TCU (8-1, 5-1 Big 12) jumped over Alabama into the fourth spot of the latest College Football Playoff… 778 more words

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Joey Galloway: Jameis Winston Yelling An Obscenity In Public Is Where We Are At In Society

ESPN college football analyst Joey Galloway joined us to discuss Jameis Winston’s suspension.

Galloway said that Winston yelling an obscenity he saw online is where we are at in society. 87 more words