Paul Finebaum Reacts To Ohio State’s Loss On Saturday

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College football analyst Paul Finebaum usually jumps for joy when a non-SEC team with national title hopes loses a big game. But Ohio State’s loss to Oregon on Saturday has prompted a different reaction from him.

Appearing on SportsCenter, Finebaum called it “hard to explain” what happened to Ohio State in the game. He credited Oregon head coach Mario Cristobal and offensive coordinator Joe Moorhead with creating a brilliant gameplan.

As for Ohio State, he noted that their defense couldn’t get a stop and their offense couldn’t get enough going. Finebaum believes that Ohio State’s road to the College Football Playoff is now “very complicated.”

“It’s hard to explain what happened yesterday at The Horseshoe,” Finebaum said. “Especially when you consider that Oregon, coming into the game, without its two best players and maybe the best player in college football (in defensive

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NBA Finals Suns-Bucks WATCH: Chris Paul And Scott Foster Spoke Before Game 6

The Twitter account of ESPN’s SportsCenter posted a video of Chris Paul and Scott Foster speaking before Game 6 of the NBA Finals on Tuesday evening.

The Tweet with the video can be seen below. 

Paul has lost the last 12 playoff games when Foster has been a referee (see Tweet below from StatMuse). 

The Milwaukee Bucks were 4.5-point favorites in Game 6 of the NBA Finals against the Phoenix Suns on Tuesday night, according to FanDuel.

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Patrick Beverley suspended for Chris Paul shove

Los Angeles Clippers guard Patrick Beverley is suspended one game without pay for shoving the Phoenix Suns’ Chris Paul during Game 6 of the Western Conference finals, the NBA announced on Saturday. 

Beverley will serve the suspension in the first game of the 2021-22 season that he’s eligible to play. He apologized the day after the game on Twitter, writing “emotions got the best of me.”

Beverley suspended 1 game for shove 

The “unsportsmanlike act” occurred during a timeout in Game 6 on Wednesday night at Staples Center. With 5:49 remaining, Beverley shoved Paul in the lower back as the Suns’ point guard was walking away from him on the court for the timeout huddle. 

“I just think it built up on Pat,” C.J. Paul, Chris’ older brother, told Yahoo Sports’ Chris Haynes. “That’s not a way to end it. I don’t know why he did that. I’ve

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Patrick Beverley Tweets apology to Chris Paul for shove

Midway through the fourth quarter and already up 23, it was clear the Suns were about the end the Clippers season on Wednesday night. Then Chris Paul brought the ball up, called for a pick to force a switch and get Marcus Morris on him, then drained a three over Morris to push the Suns lead to 118-92.

Patrick Beverley had been jawing with — and flagrantly fouling — Paul all series, and with that shot it all boiled over for Beverley, who took a cheap shot at Paul, shoving him in the back and knocking him to the ground.

On Thursday, Beverley Tweeted out an apology to Paul.

“Wasn’t meant for you?” Um… kind of clear it was meant for him.

That said, it is an apology.

It also should not save Beverely from the coming suspension from the league, which would be tacked on at the start of

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