Inbox: Dan and Ty in Miami Fears

November 29, 2012

My fear of a Solid Verbal trip to Miami is this: Norte Dame wins the NCG, Chip Kelly leaves Oregon & Ty mentions that now that Kelly is gone maybe Oregon can install a new, non-gimmick offense and have a shot at the title game next year. Dan then freaks, goes Dexter Morgan on Ty resulting in end of the show. Or: Notre Dame loses the NCG, Dan points to Alabama vs Texas A & M result and suggests that Notre Dame should have installed a gimmick offense against the Tide. Ty goes Dexter Morgan on Dan resulting in end . . .

The Inbox: Kidnapping A Championship?

November 16, 2012

Although my beloved Crimson Tide lost, I thought about it and have decided on my national championship game pick: The game will be Oregon vs. K-State. HOWEVER, the Alabama Crimson Tide will kidnap the Oregon players and steal their uniforms before the game and play against KSU disguised as the Ducks. The score should be something like Alabama/Oregon 203, KSU -4, with the Ducks easily covering a 3.5 point spread. After the game, the Crimson Tide players will remove their helmets and reveal their identities; they will be crowned National Champions for Life on the spot and college football will . . .

The Inbox: On Kansas St H8rz

November 15, 2012

Welcome to The Inbox, where we thoughtfully respond to your e-mails in written form, because we couldn’t find time to work them into the show. Don’t hate K-State just because they might prevent ND from going to the NCG. K-State is a great story, and Colin Klein shows what student athletes and all people should be. Good honest people just doing their best and working hard to improve themselves everyday. Just stop hating and start loving. -Joshua Since this is clearly being addressed to Ty, the Solid Verbal host who remains the most skeptical of Kansas State, I (Dan) will . . .

The Inbox: Volume I

November 14, 2012

Welcome to The Inbox, where we thoughtfully respond to your e-mails in written form, because we couldn’t find time to work them into the show. I was emailed yesterday by an attractive woman on an online dating site. Sadly, she lives 500 miles away, and she’s also a Clemson fan. I told her it would never work, because I know we’d have seven incredible dates, and then, on the eighth one, we would go golfing, a sport that she is probably better at than I, and she would inexplicably lose by 30 strokes, which would kill the date and significantly . . .