Lingering College Football Takes
Ty and Dan collect some of the Verballerhood’s lingering and controversial college football opinions and decide whether they agree or disagree.
No Bones About It (11/3)
Ty and Dan recap Florida State’s awesome showing against Miami, Michigan State’s dominant performance against Michigan, and Ohio State’s style points against Purdue. Plus, a legendary second half for gamblers at the Cocktail Party, Notre Dame’s trouble with Navy, Mauktoberfest in November and a realistic question of whether anyone watches “Bones”.
Week 12 Review (11/18)
Ty and Dan record from Allentown and Madison and discuss upset losses by Oregon and Kansas State, Notre Dame’s looming game with USC, “FCS Week” in the SEC, and Dan’s demeanor in a lonely Wisconsin bar.
Ty and Dan join back up to discuss college football’s new playoff, Tommy Rees’ return to summer workouts, Snoop Dogg’s kid, and Georgia football with Kyle King from DawgSports.com.
West Coast Kevin (5/2)
Ty and Dan check in with West Coast Kevin and break down the top 25 college football players in 2012, the new Whale Wars spin-off, and their new scheme to use female stand-ins to more quickly grow the Verballerhood. Plus, an e-mail about Derek Dooley and Broadway performances.
Playoff Movement (4/30)
Ty and Dan talk with Andy Staples from SI.com about the playoff movement afoot in college football, the potential winners and losers, the implications for bowl games and Notre Dame, possibilities for new rankings systems, and the inclusion of a strength of schedule metric in the championship equation. Plus, a quick recap of the NFL Draft with Verballer Reverbs, and an uncomfortable discussion about chicken fried bacon in Snook, Texas.
Ty and Dan react to the news that the BCS is ditching the “status quo” and plow through an overflowing inbox. Plus, an uncomfortable stripper story.
Moving Targets (1/16)
Ty and Dan slide into offseason mode by talking about the decisions and indecisions of Gunner Kiel, Darron Thomas, Tosh Lupoi, Doug Nussmeier, and the oddsmakers who installed Notre Dame as 18-1 darkhorses for the 2013 BCS Championship. Plus, Verballer e-mails.
Win Back Jams (1/11)
Ty and Dan settle into postseason mode by discussing the latest news, running through an early 2012 top five, reading a compelling argument for the BCS, outlining the brilliance of the Paul Finebaum Show, and doing their best to win back a longtime Verballer.