College Football Week 2 Recap
Ty and Dan walk through a fun Week 2 and discuss LSU’s new look offense, Army’s near upset of Michigan, Cal’s late night upset, USC’s weird QB room, Colorado’s thrilling comeback and Texas A&M’s backdoor cover. Also, is Maryland back?
Week 0 Recaps, New Starters, and Group of Five
Ty and Dan take a quick look at Florida’s sloppy win over Miami and Arizona’s loss at Hawaii before looking over official quarterback announcements and having a free-flowing discussion about their favorite Group of Five teams in 2019.
Yup, we’re going to Fargo
Ty and Dan make it official: They’re going to Fargo, North Dakota for the weekend as the Colgate Raiders travel to the FARGODOME for the FCS Playoffs. Details on the trip, plus a quick walk through the latest coaching news in the world of college football, a spirited preview of the historic Army-Navy game, and a first glance at this year’s bowl matchups as well as info on the bowl confidence pool, which you can join at solidverbal.com/conpool.
College Football Week 4 Recap
Dan is joined by CBS Sports’s Chip Patterson to recap a wild Week 4, including what the heck happened during the back half of Oregon-Stanford, Alabama and Tua’s seeming invincibility, Oklahoma’s struggles with Army, Wisconsin edging out Iowa on the road, and much more from a jam-packed slate of games.
Postseason News Dump (12/7/2016)
Ty and Dan run through Willie Taggart’s move to Oregon, Matt Rhule’s surprise jump to Baylor, Alabama’s transfer problem, and this weekend’s Heisman (and Piesman) Trophy. Plus, some special guests stop by and a few listener questions.
Click Chorus: July 12, 2011
Today’s Chorus is brought to you by Lindsay Sloane, college career unknown. I do know that she went to the same high school as Matt Cassell, she’s briefly in Horrible Bosses and will be in something called “A Good Old Fashioned Orgy.” I enjoy Lindsay Sloane. ***** • ESPN‘s suing Ohio State for the most valuable commodity of all — INFORMATION. • Eleven Warriors has the requests from various CFB media for Ohio State documents. My brain is imploding. • Excerpts from Mike Leach‘s new book, Swing your Sword can be found on Yahoo’s The PostGame (red period). • Georgia . . .
Click Chorus: Apr. 28, 2011
Today’s Chorus is brought to you by Kristen Wiig, who stars in “Bridesmaids,” her comedy debut. After so many years on SNL, it’s clear she was ready for a change in genre. ***** • The Wall Street Journal breaks down the success of first round NFL Draft picks. It all makes so much sense. • The NCAA announced that no new bowls will be formed for at least three years. We can now officially mourn the possibility of Allentown’s proposed Hot Dog King Bowl. • A huge, horrible tornado hit Tuscaloosa and barely missed Alabama’s Bryant-Denny Stadium. Here’s how you can . . .
Click Chorus: Dec. 31, 2010
Today’s Chorus is brought to you by Alison Brie, who, with yesterday’s sponsor Gillian Jacobs, is stars on Community. And she’s on Mad Men. And … sorry, I lost my train of thought. Happy New Years! ***** • North Carolina absorbed an admirable performance from Tennessee and Vol QB Tyler Bray, took advantage of a last-second clock reversal, and beat the Vols in two overtimes to win the Music City Bowl. So now we know that North Carolina is probably better than Tennessee. Yes! • Washington cared and played well. Nebraska not so much. 19-7 Huskies. • A throwaway touchdown . . .
Click Chorus: Dec. 30, 2010
Today’s Chorus is brought to you by Community’s Gillian Jacobs. She attended Juilliard, which has no football team. But if they did, I’m sure they’d be admirably in-step and still probably better than Arizona. ***** • Maryland, in coach Ralph Friedgen‘s last game as the Terps’ coach, demolished ECU in the Military Bowl. Maryland RB Da’Rel Scott may still be running. And star Maryland WR Torrey Smith is running to the NFL Draft. • Baylor essentially played a home game in the Texas Bowl … and got ZOOK’d by Illinois 38-14. And the only thing I can think about is . . .