Playoff and New Year’s Six Preview (12/28/2016)
In their final show of 2016, Ty and Dan dive into two big playoff match-ups on New Year’s Eve, between Alabama-Washington and Ohio State-Clemson, before breaking down the other big New Year’s Six contests. Plus, news and results from around the world of college football and some details on the upcoming live show.
Bowl Previews: Part 4 (12/21/2016)
Ty and Dan react to the news of Leonard Fournette and Christian McCaffrey sitting out their bowl games before launching into a comprehensive preview of the games (and gifts) through the early part of New Year’s Eve.
Bowl Previews: Part 3 (12/18/2016)
Ty and Dan run through the latest batch of coordinator hires and transfers, the Minnesota boycott, and Wakeyleaks before diving into another wave of bowl games and mismatched gift bags. Plus, important information on The Solid Verbal’s live podcast in New York City.
Bowl Previews: Part 2 (12/14/2016)
Ty and Dan chat about Lane Kiffin’s move to FAU, DeShone Kizer’s decision to go pro, and another wave of bowl games, featuring Maryland and Boston College’s unholy clash in the Quick Lane Bowl, Lockheed Martin’s weak gift bag, and hot takes on the skull cap. Plus, Taylor’s audio recap of the authentic Army-Navy experience. Join our Bowl Confidence Pool now!
Bowl Previews: Part 1 (12/11/2016)
Ty and Dan rummage through the first wave of bowl games (and gift bags) and hatch a winning strategy for your confidence pool after recapping the Heisman, Piesman, and a handful of new hires at Houston, USF and Cincinnati. Plus, some news on a potential live event in NYC in January. To join our bowl pool, click here.
Postseason News Dump (12/7/2016)
Ty and Dan run through Willie Taggart’s move to Oregon, Matt Rhule’s surprise jump to Baylor, Alabama’s transfer problem, and this weekend’s Heisman (and Piesman) Trophy. Plus, some special guests stop by and a few listener questions.
College Football Conference Championship Recap (12/4/2016)
Ty and Dan discuss the final College Football Playoff rankings and debate the committee’s logic and whether it picked the best four teams in the country. Plus, a recap of a great day of games, including Penn State’s thrilling comeback, Clemson’s closer-than-expected victory, Alabama’s dismantling of Florida and much more.