Paul Finebaum explains why he is all-in on OU being SEC ready

Paul Finebaum explains why he is all-in on OU being SEC ready

The Berry Tramel Show: Finebaum explains why he believes OU would make the SEC Championship Game this year, if the Sooners already were in the conference.

Berry Tramel

By Berry Tramel

| Oct 27, 2023, 6:00am CDT

Berry Tramel

By Berry Tramel

Oct 27, 2023, 6:00am CDT

ESPN radio host Paul Finebaum, the voice of the SEC, joins me for the Berry Tramel Show. Finebaum has become an ESPN icon, and he is fired up over the Sooners joining the Southeastern Conference. Finebaum says Sooner fans will be stunned at how prepared OU is for the SEC, that the Sooners will fit in very well immediately and that the confluence of the egos of Alabama fans and Texas fans will surpass even the Big Bang Theory. 

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Berry Tramel is a 45-year veteran of Oklahoma journalism, having spent 13 years at the Norman Transcript and 32 years at The Oklahoman. He has been named Oklahoma Sportswriter of the Year by the National Sports Media Association. Born and raised in Norman, Tramel grew up reading four newspapers a day and began his career at age 17. His first assignment was the Lexington-Elmore City high school football game, and he’s enjoyed the journey ever since, having covered NBA Finals and Rose Bowls and everything in between. Tramel and his wife, Tricia, were married in 1980 and live in Norman near their daughter, son-in-law and three granddaughters. Tramel can be reached at 405-760-8080 or at [email protected].

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