2020 ScheduleAll times ET

2020 Schedule
7-0, 1st in SEC - West
How would a loss vs. Auburn affect Alabama's CFP chances? (1:24)

Hour 2: Iron Bowl Questions

Shae Cornette and Jordan Cornette begin hour two wondering what will come of the SEC showdown at the Iron Bowl with no Nick Saban on the sideline. Peter Burns joins the show to discuss what that could mean for the game and if the Alabama team can rally without their coach.

How will Saban's isolation impact Iron Bowl and beyond? (2:24)

The Paul Finebaum Show - Hour 1: John Talty, Josh Vitale

Al.com's, John Talty, joins the show to talk about the breaking news about Nick Saban testing positive for the coronavirus and will miss this year's iron bowl. Josh Vitale, from the Montgomery Advertiser, joins to continue the conversation on the iron bowl.

Iron Bowl looks a little different without Saban (2:09)
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1dAlex Scarborough

Alabama's Saban positive, out for Auburn game

Alabama's Nick Saban has tested positive for COVID-19 and has mild symptoms of the virus, which will keep him from coaching Saturday against Auburn.

How Mac Jones has kept Alabama in the spotlight (1:48)
Saban on how he's feeling after positive COVID test (0:49)

First Take 2nd Hour: Which NBA team improved themselves the most, is there an NBA duo better than LeBron & AD, plus, reaction to Nick Saban contracting covid-19 again, and a Ravens-Steelers preview

Max & Kendrick Perkins debate which NBA team made the best trades this offseason, plus, is there a better NBA duo than LeBron and Anthony Davis? Ryan Clark joins to react to Nick Saban being out for the Iron Bowl after contracting covid-19, and the guys debate if losing to the Ravens would be a big deal to the Steelers. Also, does Calvin Johnson belong in the NFL Hall of Fame?


First Take 1st Hour: Bruce Arians has comments on Brady struggles, Paul Finebaum on the first round of CFP rankings, will the NFL postpone Ravens-Steelers, and will the Cowboys disappoint on Thanksgiving?

Max & Ryan Clark react to Bruce Arians' comments about Tom Brady, Paul Finebaum joins to talk about College Football Playoff rankings, the guys debate if the Thanksgiving match-up between the Ravens and Steelers should be postponed due to the Ravens' covid-19 results, also, are the Cowboys more likely to impress or disappoint tomorrow?

Clark reacts to Saban's positive test (1:12)

Hour 3: Thanksgiving Showdown

Keyshawn Johnson, Jay Williams, and Zubin Mehenti begin hour three still discussing the College Football Rankings. Joey Galloway joins the show to discuss what he saw from the rankings and what he was surprised about. Kimberley A. Martin joins the show to discuss the latest on the Ravens and Steelers matchup and if it is going to happen at all.


Hour 2: Ravens, Steelers, Sweet Potato Pie

Keyshawn Johnson, Jay Williams, and Zubin Mehenti begin hour 2 discussing the showdown with the Ravens and Steelers. Does it make sense for the Steelers to chase a undefeated season if they get past the Ravens? How much pressure is on the Ravens? Heather Dinich joins the show to shine light on the College Football Rankings and her shocking statement that she never heard of sweet potato pie.


Hour 1: College Football...Rankings?

Keyshawn Johnson, Jay Williams, and Zubin Mehenti begin the show reacting to the College Football initial rankings. Is there some SEC bias in the rankings? Should Ohio State have been higher than a one loss Clemson team? Tony Rizzo, ESPN Cleveland joins the show to discuss the temperature in Cleveland.

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2dAdam Rittenberg

Bama, ND, Clemson, OSU lead first CFP rankings

Alabama is No. 1 in the initial College Football Playoff rankings, followed by Notre Dame, Clemson and Ohio State. BYU debuts at No. 14 despite a 9-0 start.

Auburn's inside zone critical to Iron Bowl (1:34)
Malzahn getting ready for Alabama's offense (3:01)
Trask, Fields show out as they pursue Heisman trophy (2:40)

Team Stats

Passing Yards366.13rd
Rushing Yards182.448th
Points For49.43rd
Points Against19.3111th