ESPN commentator and SEC fanboy Paul Finebaum danced around in a replica of the University of Miami’s turnover chain, and it’s extremely awkward.
Finebaum threw on the chain, and did something that I suppose resembles dancing. On behalf of football fans everywhere, I’d like to apologize for Finebaum’s actions because this is about as embarrassing as it gets.
Guys. I am officially scared. HELP! Finebaum has gone wild pic.twitter.com/WIcZQn5w8l
— Billy Marshall (@BillyM_91) November 12, 2017
After all that crap Paul was talking last week, it was only right I made him wear the Turnover Chain…..yeah I did that
— Jon (@JonVilma51) November 12, 2017
Paul should stick to spewing SEC propaganda, trying to convince people the SEC’s not a dead conference and leave the turnover chain and dancing to the Hurricanes.
Who thought this was going to be a good idea? Whoever it was deserves to be fired. There’s literally no excuse for Finebaum to ever be dancing on an ESPN set, wearing a turnover chain or doing just about anything else that is cool. Like I said, he needs to stick to the SEC and literally touch nothing else.