Who’s in the game?
Ty welcomes Matt Brown from the Extra Points newletter to the podcast and dissects Notre Dame’s claim that it will not be in the next college football video game. Who will be in the game and when do we realistically expect it will be released? Plus, more details on the looming NIL legislation, how TV rights affect college football, and lessons learned from a quirky 2020 season.
Alabama and Ohio State dominate + Bowl Reactions
Ty and Dan recap dominating performances by Alabama and Ohio State in the College Football Playoff and give their spin on other notable bowls, as Oklahoma ran away from Florida, Northwestern put up 35 points, Georgia eked one out over Cincinnati, and more.
Ohio State Prevails + Bedlam Blowout + College Football Week 12 Recap
Ty and Dan talk through Ohio State’s closer-than-expected victory over Indiana, Northwestern’s defensive gem versus Wisconsin, Oklahoma’s quick start against Oklahoma State, Oregon’s close call with UCLA, and a last-second postponement between Clemson and Florida State. Plus, more questions for Michigan and Penn State, a stellar start for JT Daniels at Georgia, Pitt’s total destruction of Virginia Tech, and huge wins for Coastal Carolina, Cincinnati and BYU to remain unbeaten and potentially in the playoff race. More about The Solid Verbal: About the Show The Solid Verbal on Instagram The Solid Verbal on Twitter The Solid Verbal on Facebook The . . .
Suitcase Saturday + SEC COVID Postponements + College Football Week 11 Preview
Ty and Dan talk through Week 11, complete with top teams playing on the road and postponements abound. Plus, the Mail-In Theory of college football in the age of COVID. More about The Solid Verbal: About the Show The Solid Verbal on Instagram The Solid Verbal on Twitter The Solid Verbal on Facebook The Solid Verbal on YouTube The Solid Verbal on Patreon
Notre Dame upsets Clemson + Kyle Trask dominates Georgia + College Football Week 10 Recap
Ty and Dan walk back through Notre Dame’s thrilling overtime victory over Clemson, Kyle Trask’s commanding performance for Florida over Georgia, the continued uncertainty in the Big Ten, the start of the Pac-12 season and more.
Ohio State vs. Penn State + Halloween Football + College Football Week 9 Preview
Ty and Dan prepare for Halloween by previewing the biggest storylines of the weekend, including Ohio State’s trip to Penn State, Wisconsin’s quarterback quandary, Oklahoma State’s Big 12 plight, the intrigue of LSU vs. Auburn, and much more.
Big Ten Football Returns! + Salty Dog Saturday + College Football Week 8 Preview
Ty and Dan celebrate the return of Big Ten football with tricky road spots for Penn State, Michigan and Iowa as the Nebraska Punishment Tour gets underway against Ohio State. Plus, two big showdowns in the Big 12, the Fourth Saturday in October rivalry, more ACC clunker potential, the addition of Verballer Preverbs, and more!
SEC Craziness + Red River Overtime + College Football Week 6 Recap
Ty and Dan step back through a wild week of college football in which both Florida and LSU went down, Auburn barely survived and Alabama needed every point it could muster to take down Ole Miss. Plus, a true shootout in the Red River Rivalry as Oklahoma emerged in overtime, a crockpotting by Clemson, a Dude Alert for Jeremy Pruitt’s mask, and a bigtime Pluck Alert for Boston College. Donate in memory of Wesley Brown to Everybody Wins Atlanta to promote children’s literacy
Against All Odds
Ty and Dan examine the re-release of season win totals for the SEC, Big 12 and ACC. Plus, the Rona-adjusted Top 25, COVID cases at Oklahoma, Texas Tech and NC State, Luke Fickell’s new deal and a showcase game for the Bizzzzzzon. Links from the show: AP Top 25: Clemson No. 1, followed by Ohio State, Alabama College Football Playoff committee to release its first weekly rankings Nov. 17 Oklahoma position group “wiped out” by COVID-19 Texas Tech football reports 21 active COVID-19 cases NC State pauses athletic activities, including football, after COVID-19 clusters found within programs Tennessee football restricts . . .