Paul Finebaum broke the SEC Network halftime set (Video)

Nick Bromberg

SEC Network analyst Paul Finebaum predicted before Texas A&M's win over South Carolina that A&M QB Kenny Hill would have a hard time adjusting in his first SEC game.

Hill did not, setting A&M's single-game passing record in the Aggies 52-28 blowout win. Perhaps Finebaum took out the frustration of his missed prediction on the SEC Network's halftime set.

(GIF via MockSession.com)

After Finebaum's mishap, it was clear that the tabletop of the SEC Network set is in four pieces for easy setup, removal and transport. And we'll call the unsecure section a product of a new network. There are bound to be some things go wrong in the first actual game broadcast, and if that was the only thing that went wrong at Williams-Brice (outside of South Carolina's performance), it's a good telecast.

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