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August 2010

Twin Bill (8/31)

Ty and Dan put together a pair of interviews with SI.com's Stewart Mandel and USCFootball.com's Ryan Abraham. Plus, news about the new website, the pick'em pool, and of course the Solid Verbal t-shirt sale!

Click Chorus, Aug. 31, 2010

Today's Chorus is brought to you by State College, PA. They don't have a QB, but they do have a place called "The Creamery," and a school that's no fun at all to drive to from anywhere on Earth. ***** • Mack Brown is in support of the Heisman Trust awarding a retroactive Heisman to [...]

Introducing Solid Verbal Overtime

In creating a new site, we decided to add new things to the site beyond just episodes and occasional announcements and polls. Last week, we started the daily "Click Chorus," a collection of daily links to stories and videos that are somewhat in the realm of college football. Or not. This week, we introduce Solid [...]

Click Chorus: Aug. 27, 2010

Today's Chorus is brought to you by Zach Galifianakis, proud North Carolina resident. He allegedly has nothing to do with UNC's NCAA issues. Allegedly. ***** • North Carolina, on top of its current NCAA investigation, has reported itself for committing possible academic infractions, or as it's more commonly known, running a college football program. The second [...]

One Week Left (8/26)

Ty and Dan mix it up on the final Thursday before the start of the 2010 season by talking about NBC's Notre Dame coverage, the increasing turmoil in Chapel Hill and the stigma of team logo tattoos.  Plus, your voice messages, emails, and info on how to order the t-shirt!

Click Chorus: Aug. 26, 2010

by: Dan Rubenstein Today's Chorus is brought to you by Richie and The Fonz, who are a little bit miffed about Wisconsin not playing Iowa every year for The Heartland Trophy. Also, they're fictional, and therefore, their opinion doesn't matter. ***** • Wisconsin AD Barry Alvarez comfirmed that the Badgers and Iowa will be in [...]

A Chip Off the Big 12 (8/25)

Ty and Dan welcome Chip Brown from OrangeBloods.com back to the show to discuss Dan Beebe's mysterious money source, the threat of Baylor, the ballad of Dan Hawkins, the Garrett Gilbert era, and a Cover-3 far more formidable than any defense.

Click Chorus, Aug. 25, 2010

by: Dan Rubenstein Today's Chorus is brought to you by Gene Hackman, a well known resident of the state of New Mexico (no sales tax, state bird: roadrunner). I have no idea if he cares about college football in New Mexico, but I like him anyway. ***** • Ohio State will welcome Colorado to The [...]

Click Chorus: Aug. 24, 2010

by: Dan Rubenstein Today's Chorus is brought to you by "courage." As in it's pretty courageous to continually work on your golf handicap even though you're responsible for a major college football program. ***** • Position battles are winding down as depth charts are beginning to be locked in. At USC, changes are afoot at [...]

Click Chorus: Aug. 23, 2010

by: Dan Rubenstein The season is but a few days away. To help ease some weekend pain for UCLA fans, here are the Bruinettes. I just made up that term. ***** • Scrimmage Reviews: A lot of conferences had scrimmages this weekend. Some of those conferences include the ACC and the Big 10. Also, Baylor's [...]

Click Chorus: Aug. 20, 2010

by: Dan Rubenstein A light chorus today - they're showing old episodes of Red Shoe Diaries on BYU-TV and I don't want to miss a second. ***** • Nick Saban was impersonated. Skillfully. By walk-on Rob Ezell. As expected, he's the first one to go once Saban gets his Mr. Burns trap door in place. [...]

Spontaneous Expansion (8/19)

Ty and Dan mull over the Mountain West's sudden expansion with Jeremy Mauss from MWCConnection.com and discuss BYU's master plan, the conference's chances of getting a BCS bid, and the potential apocalypse for the WAC.  Plus, voice messages, e-mails, and a brief note about the show's two-year anniversary.

Click Chorus: Aug. 19, 2010

by: Dan Rubenstein Listen to the newest episode feat. Ted Miller of ESPN dropping Pac-10 knowledge bombs with no regard for human life. Richt jumping off a platform is fine, I want to see an UGAball. Make it happen, Georgia. ***** • BYU independence rumors led to many things happening in the Mountain West and [...]

Miller Time (8/18)

Ty and Dan talk with ESPN's Ted Miller about the impact of the NCAA's penalties on USC, Oregon's QB battle, Jake Locker's prospects for 2010, and Nick Foles' hairstyle.

Click Chorus: Aug. 18, 2010

by Dan Rubenstein What is, "Rolling the dice that networks will want to broadcast BYU Football?" • BYU wants to be Miss Independent. Allegedly. Rumor has it. ESPN's Andy Katz has a good rundown of the story that may or may not have started on a hacked official Colorado State Twitter feed. IF the story [...]

Click Chorus: Aug. 17, 2010

***** Hey Verballers and random passers-by, I got tired of not writing, so I decided to start posting links in the morning. I'll also post some videos and briefly talk about other things that could include, but isn't limited to, Pauly D's hair on Jersey Shore. Just one of a few different things we'll be [...]

The Solid Verbal Pick’em Pool

Registration is now open for the 2010 Solid Verbal Pick'em Pool.  All picks are against the spread, and fabulous prizes will be awarded to the winner... just ask last year's winner.  Sign up now! Link: http://solidverbal.football.cbssports.com/e Password: solidverbal

Announcing VerbaCon (8/12)

Ty and Dan talk about the latest headlines, respond to Verballer feedback, tie up loose ends regarding the pick 'em pool and fantasy league, and, finally, at long last... announce the host city for VerbaCon 2010!

Android of the ACC (8/10)

Ty and Dan chat about all things ACC with ACCSports.com's Jed Williams, including North Carolina's uncertainty, Florida State's defense, Virginia's new era, and Miami's chances of winning the conference.

‘Eer to the Ground (8/6)

Ty & Dan discuss the allegations against West Virginia, Florida's non-conference schedule, Ty's crush on Brian Kelly, and the town of Moscow, Idaho.  Plus, voice messages, e-mails and news about the Solid Verbal Fantasy League, Pick'em pool, and VerbaCon 2010.