VIDEO: The Solid Verbal (wk 5)
httpv://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ncNs6DBJ58Y This week, Ty and Dan make up their own random prop bets and, in doing so, simultaneously provide a limited amount of useful analysis and revolutionize modern web entertainment as we know it. Enjoy!
VIDEO: The Solid Verbal (wk 4)
httpv://www.youtube.com/watch?v=D8WBVy2v9kE In this week’s video, we play the inaugural round of “Bank n’ Tank” – who’s going down + who we’re confident is still on an upward trajectory. Trajectory!
The Solid Visual: Week 4
httpv://www.youtube.com/watch?v=gDyoBsCPJiI This week, we discuss what’s wrong (and a little bit right) with USC and Florida and if the schools can turn things around. Also, we announce a contest in which you have to find a golden ticket wrapped in chocolate bar packaging to win season tickets to your favorite team next season. Ok that was a lie. OR WAS IT?????
Solid Verbal Overtime (Wk 3)
This week’s Solid Verbal Overtime – locks and traps etc. My lighting and seating area has improved slightly, Ty’s has remained constant – a minor victory if there ever was one. At this pace, our production value will be flawless by 2013. Stay tuned!
The Solid Verbal Video (Week 1)
Pretty simple: Ty and I give our locks of the week and trap games of the week. And we add some graphics. From this point on, it’ll be up on Friday mornings, not evenings. Also, my lighting will improve, I swear. Enjoy! [vimeo clip_id=”14674880″ height=”” width=”500″]
Introducing Solid Verbal Overtime
In creating a new site, we decided to add new things to the site beyond just episodes and occasional announcements and polls. Last week, we started the daily “Click Chorus,” a collection of daily links to stories and videos that are somewhat in the realm of college football. Or not. This week, we introduce Solid Verbal Overtime, or whatever we eventually decide to call the segment. Our first choice for names was “Yes, Dear,” but it turns out that that name has been taken. What the new video segment is is simple – we talk about a couple of topics . . .