Ty and Dan break down USC’s move to an online semester and assess the ramifications for the 2020 college football season. Plus, a Verballer Q&A for the Fourth of July weekend.Links from the show:USC undergrads to primarily take online classes in fallMore about The Solid Verbal:About the ShowThe Solid Verbal on InstagramThe Solid Verbal on TwitterThe Solid Verbal on FacebookThe Solid Verbal on YouTubeRelated October 1, 2023The LSU-Ole Miss Shootout, Georgia’s Tester at Auburn, Notre Dame’s heroics at Duke & College Football Week 5 Reaction Ty and Dan talk through an exciting Week 5 of college football, that featured a little something for every type of fan, whether you're into high-scoring shootouts, defensive slugfests or underdog stories. In this college football podcast episode, we recap Ole Miss's big home win over LSU, Georgia's sudden vulnerability as a rushing defense, Sam Hartman's clutch scramble to keep the Irish alive at Duke, USC's defensive questions, and more. Plus, Oregon State's win over Utah on Friday night, Penn State's sluggish offense, Texas and Oklahoma's collision course in Week 6, Baylor's miraculous comeback, Texas A&M's domination and Clemson's taking-care-of-business showing at Syracuse. Finally, Verballer Reverbs. September 27, 2023Ranked Teams on the Road for Su Casa Saturday + College Football Week 5 Picks Ty and Dan take a look at college football's Week 5, featuring an overabundance of ranked teams playing on the road in key matchups. What does Notre Dame-Duke look like a week after the Irish suffered a heartbreaking loss to Ohio State? Can the Jayhawks pull a road upset against the Longhorns? Will Ole Miss deliver in a big game? Do the Buffaloes have a chance in USC-Colorado? Plus, Ty's Alt Rock Parlay, your Verballer Weather Forecast and much more to get your ready for the weekend ahead. September 25, 2023Was Lou Holtz right about Ohio State? + Verballer Top 12 Reactions [BURNING QUESTIONS PREVIEW] Ty and Dan react to the latest Verballer Top 12 Poll, recap USC's closer-than-expected win over Arizona State, and dive into the Verballerhood's burning questions after Week 4. Notably, was Lou Holtz right about Ohio State losing to more physical teams? Plus, what are the odds that nobody finished unbeaten, which teams have definitively answered the critics, and who is donezo after four weeks?