Ty and Dan open up the digital mailbag and answer important questions from around the interwebs, including Jimbo Fisher’s chances of success at Texas A&M, SEC coaches who will outlast Nick Saban, super early Heisman bets, suggestions for the XFL, and more. Plus, Super Bowl food advice, awkward dates, grown out hair, and a brief chat about the merits of the bidet.
Fantasy Things Recap
Ty and Dan reconvene to recap all the latest news in the world of college football and take an emotional look back at their Fantasy Things rosters from the 2017-18 season. Plus, at long last, winners from last November’s t-shirt giveaway are finally revealed!
Live in Atlanta!
Ty and Dan take the podcast on the road to Atlanta and celebrate a great college football season by putting together their own yearbook to commemorate the highlights, lowlights, and absurdity of 2017. Performed live before a sold out crowd, and with help from Adam Amin, Andy Staples, Jason Kirk and Spencer Hall, this is a recorded version of The Solid Verbal’s live show from January 6, 2018. *The slides for this show can be found by clicking here
National Championship Recap
Ty and Dan recap Alabama’s dramatic 26-23 overtime victory over Georgia to win the 2017-18 College Football Playoff National Championship.
Bonus Scheme Preview with Chris B. Brown
As a special BONUS preview, Dan sits down with Chris B. Brown from SmartFootball.com to get a better idea for the schemes and methods behind the madness that have propelled Georgia and Alabama to this season’s championship game.
National Championship Preview
Ty and Dan focus their attention on the College Football Playoff National Championship Game between Alabama and Georgia. What are the keys, questions, and nuances that will decide this season’s champion? Also, why does Mercedes-Benz Stadium look so weird? Come with us and deep dive the biggest game of the year!
Mega Bowl Recap
Ty and Dan ring in 2018 by breaking down Georgia’s comeback in the Rose Bowl, Alabama’s crockpotting in the Sugar Bowl, and the remainder of the New Year’s Six bowl games, as well as 15 other contests from the college football postseason. Plus, more details on the forthcoming live show in Atlanta, a live broadcast during Media Day, and more.