Book Report: Game of the Century 2011
Ty and Dan take a stroll down memory lane by rewatching the 2011 installment of LSU vs. Alabama, the so-called “Game of the Century”, and chronicling their thoughts in the format of a proper book report.
Likelihoods and the Etling Line
Ty and Dan field questions from the Verballerhood and guess the likelihood of various college football scenarios coming to fruition. Plus, taking the bubble wrap off the Etling Line by which all quarterbacks are judged and a serious discussion about office bathroom etiquette.
All-Time Podcast Team: The Legends
Ty and Dan take a stroll down Memory Lane and put together their respective squad of college football legends who have helped define the sport since the podcast’s inception in 2008.
All-time Podcast Team: The Sentimentals
Ty and Dan look back over their last decade of podcasting and pick out the players that hold the most sentimental value, from the perspective of hosts and fans of college football.
Pump The Brakes
Ty and Dan examine some of the common assumptions about the coming season, challenge conventional wisdom, and figure out whether to be skeptical or fully commit.
Ty and Dan field questions from the Verballerhood and delve into the future of the NCAA video game series, upset alerts in the Big Ten, hypothetical rule changes, the best stadiums for defending against zombies, and more. Plus, groomsman gift tips, wedding dance floor strategy, and best man speech etiquette.
College Football Role Play
Ty steps Dan through his burning college football questions while forcing him to play a variety of characters and navigate an elaborate maze of situations.
Dan’s Burning Questions
Dan asks Ty his burning questions of the offseason, ranging from college football’s most average coach to “the next Daniel Jones” and the proper strategy for shady boosters. Plus, dessert menu protocol, a Property Brothers dilemma and cooking tactics on in-home visits.
Million Dollar Bets
Ty and Dan take turns wagering one million dollars of fake Solid Verbal bucks on team win totals, way-too-early game lines, and Heisman odds. Plus, an important discussion about Dabo Swinney’s new contract, “The Swinney Effect,” and the importance of PowerPoint slide transitions.