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.
Holiday Week (12/22)
Ty and Dan run through the latest college football news, the first four bowl games, and a sampling of Verballer messages in the e-mail inbox. Plus, an exciting announcement about The Solid Verbal’s trip to Pasadena and a moment of thanks at the Altar of Dan.
Bring On The Bowls (12/8)
Ty and Dan make plans for Pasadena after big wins by Florida State and Auburn, and an Ohio State defeat. Plus, an earthquake during Bedlam, an “ugly sweater” for Texas, and bowl match-ups presented with the flare of election coverage. Regular Season Six of The Solid Verbal has come to a dramatic end. Let’s go bowling.
Ty and Dan walk through a handful of rivalries, from Miami-Florida State to Florida-Georgia, and make their locks for college football’s Week 10. Plus, a quick debate about Missouri’s bounceback abilities, a handful of reasons to buy Michigan State, and a special (pants-themed) fundraiser for Operation Warm.
Slow and Steady Pounding (9/18)
Ty and Dan make their picks for an underwhelming slate of games in college football’s fourth week, discuss the Bruce Feldman Body Blow Theory, and talk about Bo Pelini’s angry rant. Plus, an uncomfortable game of F-Marry-Kill with Lane Kiffin, Nick Saban and Randy Edsall.
Week One Preview (9/1)
Ty and Dan kick off their fourth season as hosts of The Solid Verbal by reviewing the news of the week, reading a handful of Verballer messages, and previewing the biggest games of 2011’s opening weekend.
Click Chorus: May 17, 2011
Today’s Chorus is brought to you once again by NC State alumnus Zach Galafianakis, star of Between Two Ferns and other things that may come out soon. ***** • Ole Miss dismissed DE Delvin Jones and LB Clarence Jackson after they were arrested for public drunkenness. It was not the first trouble either had been in. I know, right? • CBS’s Dennis Dodd proposes an idea to have Auburn-Alabama scrimmage in August to raise money for tornado relief. It’s such a good idea that it isn’t even his. Don’t worry, no credit was given. • Illinois AD Ron Guenther announced his . . .
Click Chorus: Dec. 20, 2010
Today’s Chorus is brought to you by UCLA alumnus Sean Astin, aka Rudy, aka the guy from Encino Man, aka a hobbit of some sort. I imagine even Rudy isn’t thrilled with Rick Neuheisel’s wily offseason panic-fest. ***** • Maryland coach Ralph Friedgen was named ACC Coach of the year a few weeks ago. The reward for his efforts? A nice cool can of Take the Buyout, You’re Fired. He has yet to take a sip. • Oh and Mike Leach will be the Terps’ next coach. Or he won’t. Either way. • Three bowls happened. Yahoo!!!!! has the specifics. . . .
Click Chorus: Dec. 17, 2010
Today’s Chorus is brought to you by Legends of the Hidden Temple, a show that obviously foretold Big Ten happenings years into the future. Spooky. ***** —Join The Solid Verbal Bowl Pick ‘Em Here— • LSU discovered some LSU violations and have punished themselves. Raise your hand if you thought nonsensical offensive playcalling was an actual violation. Who knew? • ESPN’s Andrea Adelson tells you all you need to know about this weekend’s bowl action — New Mexico, New Orleans, and the uSomething Humanitarian. • There may be upwards of … wait for it … thousands of people attending the . . .