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That time Jim Fyffe saved Paul Finebaum’s life with the Heimlich maneuver

The USFL chapter in Jim Fyffe’s memoir-ish “Touchdown Auburn!” starts off with a mea culpa of sorts: “I saved Paul Finebaum’s life.”

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[UPDATE] “Told I was 10 seconds from death.”

Screen shot 2013-06-01 at 7.46.46 AMRelated: Jim Fyffe’s tombstone.

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