Ty and Dan preview their final conference of the 2017 preseason and discuss USC’s latest hype train, Washington’s chances of another playoff appearance, Stanford’s arousing possibilities, the return of Josh Rosen, and much more about the Pac-12. Plus, the much-awaited Oregon and Notre Dame previews!
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Ty and Dan delve deep into the heart of the SEC and try to find a weakness with Alabama, measure Jarrett Stidham’s impact at Auburn, and discuss what Matt Canada can do for LSU’s offense. Plus, the start of the Zai-Era at Florida, Jacob Eason vs. other SEC East quarterbacks, and an unusually exciting read on Kentucky football.
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Ty and Dan, along with a diehard group of Verballers, assess the college football landscape in 2017 and stage a live, chair-exploding draft of their favorite potential storylines for the coming season. (This is a recorded version of a live show, which occurred on August 12, 2017 in New York City.)
Ty and Dan run through the entire ACC and chat about a Deshaun Watson-less Clemson, a loaded Florida State, the Lamar Jackson Cardinals, a rising NC State, a Miami defense with serious swagger, and much more. Plus, Secretly Decent Pitt, Quietly Decent Duke, and an important question about undershirts.
Ty and Dan put together a mega episode to break down the 2017 state of the Big Ten, from Ohio State’s seeming lock on conference supremacy to the ongoing rebuild at Rutgers. Will Michigan take a step back? Does Penn State have enough depth to make another title run? How much trust should you put in the law firm of Riley, Diaco and Lee? And how many games would Wisconsin win if its lineman stood passively and refused to block? Plus, a special visit from Big Ten Network’s Dave Revsine.
Ty and Dan have a spirited conversation about the state of the Big 12 entering the 2017 season and debate Texas’s ceiling, Baylor’s transition, Kansas State’s win/loss total, Oklahoma State’s defense, Lincoln Riley’s first season at Oklahoma and much more. Plus, important news about our live show in New York City, the newest t-shirt, and *our pick’em pool.
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In preparation for the upcoming 2017 college football season, Ty and Dan from The Solid Verbal Podcast examine the landscape, predict the most popular storylines… and pick their favorites. A favorite theme among listeners, the “Fantasy Things Draft” has become a staple part of The Solid Verbal’s preseason regimen, and now for the first time, Ty and Dan will pick them teams before a live audience.
Due to popular demand, the show will be at a bigger venue, but tickets will be extremely limited to the first 100 people.
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Ty and Dan are joined by ESPN’S Bill Barnwell and SB Nation’s Ryan Nanni to discuss the most influential sports video games of the 1990s and debate whether Road Rash was a “sports” game, the merits of Olympic-themed video games, the role of the Madden series in their young lives, whether NBA Jam was the greatest game of the generation, and much more.
As Ty and Dan prepare for their 10th season of college football podcasting, they take a long look back at their improbable and unconventional journey into the sports media world and answer questions about where The Solid Verbal might go in the future.
Dan has a free-flowing discussion with Cole Cubelic from SEC Network about the nuts and bolts of offensive and defensive line play, from coaching and evaluation to trends and much more. Plus, some quick pizza chatter for the record and a primer for what’s going with next week’s shows.
Ty and Dan walk through a series of intriguing one-on-one propositions and pick which sides they think will come out on top. Also, what Hideo Nomo has in common with the Big Ten West, the looming Zai-Era in Florida and Tom Herman.
Ty and Dan attack and overflowing inbox and address the pressing college football questions of the day, ranging from SEC football culture to optimal tailgating times and the best weeks of games in the upcoming season. Plus, strategies for watching football after marriage, a realistic look at mascots without eyeballs, and some new details about the upcoming live show in NYC.