Paul Finebaum is hearing about it today.
Finebaum has a history of taking shots at Michigan head coach Jim Harbaugh. After the Wolverines defeated Ohio State 42-27, the ESPN commentator found himself directly in the crosshairs of UM fans.
“Incapable of beating who Paul Finebaum,” one fan tweeted.
Incapable of beating who Paul Finebaum https://t.co/po8r7u6t7O
— Nathan Cholak (@NathanCholak17) November 27, 2021
A FanSided writer joked Michigan running back Hassan Haskins’ five touchdowns might’ve been aimed at Finebaum.
Hassan Haskins clearly wanted to prove Paul Finebaum wrong today.
— John Buhler (@buhler118) November 27, 2021
“Hassan Haskins clearly wanted to prove Paul Finebaum wrong today,” he said.
— Charles Morrison (@deputymorrison) November 27, 2021
“This is our year. Go Big Blue. And way to prove all the haters wrong @paulfinebaum,” a Michigan fan shared, tagging Finebaum himself.
Now that Michigan beat OSU we need auburn to beat bama so Paul Finebaum can eat crow all next week on ESPN 🤞🏼
— Dylan Bowman (@DylanBowman) November 27, 2021
“Now that Michigan beat OSU we need auburn to beat bama so Paul Finebaum can eat crow all next week on ESPN,” one more fan added.
Harbaugh’s Wolverines quieted a lot of the noise with the big win on Saturday. Michigan secured the top spot in the Big Ten East and is headed to Indianapolis for the Big Ten Championship.
If UM can capture a Big Ten title, there’s a more than good chance that Harbaugh’s squad finds itself in the College Football Playoff at season’s end.