Dan Wolken, USA TODAY Published 3:57 p.m. ET April 7, 2020 | Updated 4:15 p.m. ET April 7, 2020CLOSE Coach Ed Orgeron walks through steps to help stop the spread of coronavirus. USA TODAYOn the fourth Monday since the COVID-19 pandemic shut down normal American life, the mood on Paul Finebaum’s SEC Network show veered toward somber. The day’s first caller, Pat, began by wishing the host health and safety while discussing grocery delivery and touting the role of National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases director Anthony Fauci in eventually playing sports again. Next up was Kathy in San Antonio, who wanted to talk about Archbishop Joseph Marino, a regular guest who was assigned to the Vatican last year. Noel wanted to know about Finebaum’s wife, who practices internal medicine in the Charlotte area. Yet another caller who goes by “Buck Wild” wanted to talk about Amazon deliveries and how long coronavirus survives on cardboard. Finebaum, 64, may have carved out a niche across the various platforms of ESPN as the SEC’s biggest cheerleader, but he quickly realized that the normal spring topic menu of Nick Saban vs. Dabo Swinney or LSU’s quarterback battle wasn’t going to reflect the moment we’re


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