Fourteen Hours of Earth Time (9/15)
Ty and Dan walk back through a marathon day of college football action, including Alabama’s triumph in College Station, Mack Brown’s last stand in Austin, Bo Pelini’s disappointing defense, USC’s offensive resurrection, and Wisconsin’s stomach-punch loss. Plus, Week Three Reverbs!
Zombie Wednesday (4/3)
Ty and Dan power through crippling exhaustion to field questions from Verballers on BCS bottom dwellers, the endgame for Bo Pelini, and the next Matt Barkley. Plus, a weird post on a Michigan State message board, bizarre sports jerseys, baseball cards, pogs, and Lane Kiffin.
Ty and Dan talk with Sports Illustrated’s George Dohrmann about his highly-anticipated piece on Jim Tressel and wrongdoing at Ohio State University. Plus, new allegations against Terrelle Pryor and a hard look at where the Buckeye football program goes after the resignation of its head coach.
Big Red (2/17)
Ty and Dan welcome in Brandon Vogel from the Big Red Network to discuss Nebraska’s resurgence under Bo Pelini, the rumors of potential interest in the Big Ten, and a long overdue apology.Â Or not. Subscribe: http://feeds.feedburner.com/solidverbal E-mail: email@example.com Voicemail: 206-338-1784 Website: www.solidverbal.com Want to help the Solid Verbal? Take our listener survey!
August Countdown: Nebraska (19)
Throughout August, we will be counting down the 25 teams (as listed here) going into the 2009 season. With today’s team being Nebraska, we’re inundated with blackshirts, corn, and the nicest fans in college football. The state is also known for Bright Eyes, serving as an “undisclosed location” for George W. Bush, and its state bird, the Western Meadowlark. That’s right, suck it, Eastern Meadowlark.Â Â Â Â Â Â Â Â Â Â First Impressions When people think of the sleeping giants of college football, oftentimes the attention is turned to Notre Dame, Miami, or UCLA, but Nebraska fits . . .