ESPN analyst Paul Finebaum trolls Clemson after loss to Syracuse

ESPN college football analyst Paul Finebaum was spreading his hate for the Clemson Tigers again Saturday in response to the team’s defeat at Syracuse on Friday night.

This past week, Finebaum predicted that at some point, Clemson would lose this year and then not make the College Football Playoffs. Tigers fans obviously didn’t take kindly to that take, and then he was more than willing to pour salt in the wound after he proved to be correct.

“It’s just Clemsoning again,” Finebaum said on ESPN’s  College GameDay. “Why should anybody be surprised that this school that we talked about last week that thought the whole world revolved around them loses at Syracuse.”

The reason why people should be surprised is because Clemson came into the night having not lost on the road since 2015. The Tigers also had an 11-game winning streak prior to the defeat and entered as a 25-point favorite before kickoff versus Syracuse.

Fortunately for the Tigers, they still have a chance to prove Finebaum wrong and make the College Football Playoffs. But after losing to the Orange, Clemson has zero margin for error.

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