Ty and Dan break down Miami’s awesome offensive showing in a win over Louisville and Malik(?) Cunningham. Plus, a scare for Oklahoma State after Spencer Sanders hurts his ankle. And results from around college football, as Clemson and Notre Dame continue on their collision course, Phil Jurkovec makes an impression in Boston College’s opener, UCF kicks off an unlikely but possible playoff run, and Navy outlasts the Green Wave. More about The Solid Verbal: About the Show The Solid Verbal on Instagram The Solid Verbal on Twitter The Solid Verbal on Facebook The Solid Verbal on YouTube
UFO: A Star is Born
Ty and Dan take a look at the rising stars of the 2020 college football season. Plus, a quick recap of the Big Ten’s decision to opt back into the fall season, as well as the inevitability of the Pac-12 doing the same. Links from the show: Subscribe to Big Boy Bets Big Ten football reverses decision, will return to play in late October Report: Pac-12 Eyeing Halloween for Restart Date More about The Solid Verbal: About the Show The Solid Verbal on Instagram The Solid Verbal on Twitter The Solid Verbal on Facebook The Solid Verbal on YouTube
Surprisingly Soaring Saturday
Ty and Dan dissect the seemingly imminent news that the Big Ten and Pac-12 are plotting a sooner-than-expected comeback this fall. Plus, an honest evaluation of a college football slate with very few big games, but interesting storylines nonetheless. Links from the show: Big Ten officials to vote on whether to reverse course and hold an abbreviated fall college sports season Mid-to-late November ‘most aggressive’ return target date for Pac-12, source says Texas A&M’s Jhamon Ausbon to sit out season Ohio State CB Shaun Wade, potential top-10 pick in 2021, opts out of senior season LSU DL Neil Farrell expected . . .
The Tale of Two Big 12’s + the Return of the Power 5
Ty and Dan dive back into Power 5 football, as the Sun Belt burns up Iowa State and Kansas State while Spencer Rattler and Sam Ehlinger start the 2020 season in a big way. Plus, Georgia Tech’s big win over Florida State, the return of Ian Chapter in South Bend, North Carolina’s uneven victory, Micaaaaaaaale Cunningham’s career night, and a gentlemen’s agreement in Pitt’s drubbing of Austin Peay. More about The Solid Verbal: About the Show The Solid Verbal on Instagram The Solid Verbal on Twitter The Solid Verbal on Facebook The Solid Verbal on YouTube
Introducing: The UFO Show
Ty and Dan launch the podcast into a Friday orbit around the college football (and non-college football) topics that interest Verballers the most. Which Group of Three teams figure to make the biggest jumps and separate themselves from the rest of the pack? What size hat does App State’s Shawn Clark wear? Plus, Jeopardeep Space Trivia. More about The Solid Verbal: About the Show The Solid Verbal on Instagram The Solid Verbal on Twitter The Solid Verbal on Facebook The Solid Verbal on YouTube
College Football is Back
Ty and Dan throw caution to the wind and make picks for the first week of college football games featuring Power 5 teams as the ACC and Big 12 begin play. Plus, a big draft declaration, Trevor Lawrence’s statement, and a rare resignation after one game. Links from the show: Oregon’s Penei Sewell, ESPN’s No. 2-rated NFL draft prospect, opts out of season Clemson QB Trevor Lawrence outlines college football leaders’ plans for change in social media post Southern Miss coach Jay Hopson resigns just one game into 2020 college football season More about The Solid Verbal: About the Show . . .
2020 SEC Conference Preview
Ty and Dan take a look at the SEC in preparation for the weirdest college football season in history. How will LSU follow up its once-in-a-lifetime season? What will a Mac Jones offense look like at Alabama? Is Georgia or Florida the frontrunner in the SEC East? All that and more, plus the latest news from around the world of college football. Links from the show: Jamie Newman (UGA) opts out of 2020 season because of coronavirus concerns Iowa State backtracks, says no fans for football opener New 2020 SP+ from ESPN’s Bill Connelly Nearly half of Power 5 won’t . . .