One of the most well-recognized faces in college football, Paul Finebaum, has agreed to an extension with ESPN.
ESPN announced Monday morning that he has signed a multi-year extension through 2024.
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Finebaum said, “I’m excited to continue our show on SEC Network and be part of the talented team at ESPN. One of my favorite things about this role is connecting with our listeners, and I’m truly looking forward to bringing our show to campuses again this fall. Especially over the past year, I’ve gotten a firsthand look at what our show means to those who tune in every day, and it’s a responsibility I’m honored to have.”
Paul Finebaum is known for his controversial takes and ‘stirring the pot’, but it is all a part of an appeal that has drawn in his audience for years. There is no doubt at all that he is one of the biggest faces and voices in the world of college football.
The man knows how to cause a stir whenever he speaks or gives an opinion. He’s also not afraid to call the most influential names in college football on the carpet. When you think of college football and ESPN, you think of Paul Finebaum.
Get ready for three more years.