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July Q&A (7/20/2016)

Ty and Dan field listener questions in their final Q&A show of the long college football offseason. Which teams have the thinnest margin for error? What is the weirdest neutral site game? Will Michigan ever “catch” Ohio State? And most importantly, tips for buying a wedding ring.


Let’s Make A College Football Deal (7/14/2016)

Ty and Dan put their own spin on the old time Let’s Make A Deal gameshow and, through a series of mysterious doors, address their confidence level in various college football propositions over the course of the coming season.


Fantasy “College Football Things” Draft (7/7/2016)

Ty and Dan conduct a fantasy draft and, for the second straight offseason, pick two teams of predictable, repeatable storylines for the coming college football season.


The Pursuit of (College Football) Happiness (6/29/2016)

Ty and Dan show their patriotism by taking a way-too-early look at Bill Connelly’s top 15 for 2016 and picking out the quarterbacks, running backs and position groups from other teams that would make them even better.


Summer Love (6/22/2016)

Ty and Dan run through their summer college football crushes, from coaches to players to teams, that are sure to give them the warm fuzzies come this fall.


June Mailbag (6/15/2016)

Ty and Dan step back from Scheme Theme Month to answer some pressing Verballer questions, ranging from Nebraska’s bouncebackability to Miami’s win/loss total in 2016. Plus, serious questions about marital contracts, video games and food in Austin.

Scheme Theme: Geoff Schwartz (6/8/2016)

Ty and Dan welcome podcaster, Oregon grad, and NFL offensive lineman Geoff Schwartz to the show to break down the inner workings of the offensive line. How do blocking schemes vary between high school, college and the NFL? What do lineman see when they look at the game? What makes a fearsome defensive lineman? All that and more as Scheme Theme Month rolls on.


Turmoil at Baylor (6/1/2016)

Ty and Dan talk with Dan Wetzel from Yahoo! Sports about the shocking news out of Baylor, the dismissal of Art Briles, the culture of big money college football, and where we go from here.

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Scheme Theme: Yogi Roth (5/25/2016)

Ty and Dan continue on with Scheme Theme Month and welcome back Yogi Roth from Pac-12 Network and the Elite 11 Quarterback camp to discuss the development of quarterbacks from high school to college, the tendencies of the modern high school quarterback recruit, the challenges of playing in different offensive systems, the curious case of Christian Hackenberg, and much more.


May Mailbag (5/18/2016)

Ty and Dan run through an unusually busy month of college football news, including Cam Robinson’s arrest, more trouble at Baylor, Big 12 realignment speculation, and more. Plus, a host of Verballer questions on football, food and travel, as well as a recap of Dan’s Eurotrip.


Scheme Theme: Rich Rodriguez (5/11/2016)

Ty and Dan launch Scheme Theme Month on The Solid Verbal by chatting with Rich Rodriguez from Arizona about the origins of the modern spread offense, the evolution of his offense and opposing defenses, his college football watching habits, recruiting and the NFL. Also, visit Texture.com/verbal to take advantage of our exclusive free trial with Texture.

Image courtesy of Matt Kartozian, USA Today Sports Images


The 2016 Verbie Awards (5/7/2016)

Ty and Dan present the 2016 Verbie Awards, honoring the best and brightest in the world of college football from the season that was. Featuring special guests and touching segments, the Verbies will make you laugh, cry and everything in between. Parody ensues.

Special thanks to: Drew Rohaly (The Last Row Podcast), Kevin Sully (House of Run Podcast, Fake Jesse Palmer), Kevin T. Porter (Gilmore Guys Podcast), Chip Patterson (CBS Sports), Jason Kirk (SB Nation, Fake Mack Brown), Ryan Nanni (SB Nation), Bill Connelly (SB Nation), Steven Godfrey (SB Nation), Spencer Hall (SB Nation), Rodger Sherman (SB Nation), Seth Rosenthal (SB Nation), Will Buikema (SB Nation), Sonia Chopra (Eater), Will Leitch (Sports on Earth), TigerNet.com, YouTube, Mama H, and the lovely Solid Wife.