California, Here We Come (12/29)
Ty and Dan break down the Bill O’Brien-to-NFL rumors, analyze Nick Aliotti’s retirement, rehash bowl results and make predictions for the games to come. Plus, a few e-mails and pure, unfettered excitement about The Solid Verbal’s trip to the BCS National Championship in California. Also, don’t forget to vote for the 2013 Verbie Awards!
Ty and Dan discuss Mack Brown’s resignation, the future of Texas football, Jameis Winston’s Heisman victory, way-too-early looks at 2014 and a rapid fire analysis of this year’s bowl sponsors.
Happy Birthday To Us! (8/26)
Ty and Dan celebrate their fifth birthday by taking live calls from Verballers about Stanford being potentially overrated, Penn State’s prospects against Syracuse, a hypothetical Oregon coach hire, Ty’s mysterious day job, and more. Plus, does Jameis Winston make Florida State a contender, and does Louisville have any chance of being in the BCS Championship conversation?
Comment Box (6/13)
Ty and Dan rank their favorite ACC quarterbacks, discuss new coaches who are poised to thrive and delve into a variety of listener questions, ranging from Bob Stoops’ big mouth and secret rooting interests to Starburst power rankings and a Mount Rushmore of adolescent celebrity crushes. [powerpress]
Hypotheticals: Volume I (5/29)
Ty and Dan run through a list of college football-related hypotheticals, pitting Lane Kiffin against Mike Leach, Mack Brown against Tim Tebow, and Jadeveon Clowney against scores of angry 12-year olds. Plus, college football’s Final Four in 2015 and Mila Kunis in a tropical cabana. [powerpress]
Stewart Mandel (3/28)
Ty and Dan welcome back Stewart Mandel to discuss Wisconsin’s transfer factory, T-Magic’s consistency, Kevin Wilson’s horrible first season, realistic expectations for Ohio State, and much more. Plus, a candid discussion about Bret Bielema’s hair strategy.
The Loss of a Legend (1/23)
Ty and Dan are joined by Ben Jones from StateCollege.com and Black Shoe Diaries to discuss the passing of Joe Paterno, the state of the university in the wake of the Sandusky scandal, the start of the Bill O’Brien era, and the Urban Meyer rumors that persisted throughout the season. Plus, Dan breaks down the Chip Kelly-to-Tampa scare that gripped the Oregon fan base on Sunday night.
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.