Ready for Launch
Ty and Dan take a look at eight third-year head coaches and examine the trajectory of their respective programs. Was last year a bad sign for Scott Satterfield at Louisville? Can we expect more excitement for Jamey Chadwell at Coastal Carolina? Will Geoff Collins and Mike Locksley translate their hometown fervor into actual wins? And is there any reason to doubt Ryan Day?
Big Ten Football Returns! + Salty Dog Saturday + College Football Week 8 Preview
Ty and Dan celebrate the return of Big Ten football with tricky road spots for Penn State, Michigan and Iowa as the Nebraska Punishment Tour gets underway against Ohio State. Plus, two big showdowns in the Big 12, the Fourth Saturday in October rivalry, more ACC clunker potential, the addition of Verballer Preverbs, and more!
The Tale of Two Big 12’s + the Return of the Power 5
Ty and Dan dive back into Power 5 football, as the Sun Belt burns up Iowa State and Kansas State while Spencer Rattler and Sam Ehlinger start the 2020 season in a big way. Plus, Georgia Tech’s big win over Florida State, the return of Ian Chapter in South Bend, North Carolina’s uneven victory, Micaaaaaaaale Cunningham’s career night, and a gentlemen’s agreement in Pitt’s drubbing of Austin Peay. More about The Solid Verbal: About the Show The Solid Verbal on Instagram The Solid Verbal on Twitter The Solid Verbal on Facebook The Solid Verbal on YouTube
College Football is Back
Ty and Dan throw caution to the wind and make picks for the first week of college football games featuring Power 5 teams as the ACC and Big 12 begin play. Plus, a big draft declaration, Trevor Lawrence’s statement, and a rare resignation after one game. Links from the show: Oregon’s Penei Sewell, ESPN’s No. 2-rated NFL draft prospect, opts out of season Clemson QB Trevor Lawrence outlines college football leaders’ plans for change in social media post Southern Miss coach Jay Hopson resigns just one game into 2020 college football season More about The Solid Verbal: About the Show . . .
2020 ACC Conference Preview
Ty and Dan hunker down for a marathon preview episode of the new and improved 15-team ACC. Does Clemson have any weaknesses? Can Tommy Rees take Notre Dame’s offense to the next level? What is realistic of UNC in Year 2 of Mack Brown? Will Virginia Tech’s defense still involve a lunch pail? And how deep are the issues at Florida State? Plus, the Big Ten under political and public pressure, the SEC’s upcoming TV schedule and more opt outs. Links from the show: Big Ten playing college football in fall 2020 remains ‘a long shot’ despite call with President . . .
2018 ACC Autopsy Rulings
Dan is joined by CBS Sports’ Chip Patterson to run down the big picture meanings of what transpired this past fall in the ACC and what it may mean for the future.
College Football Rivalry Week Picks and Previews
Ty and Dan dissect a robust slate of Week 13 games, including Michigan’s clash with Ohio State, Notre Dame’s trip to Southern Cal, Oklahoma and West Virginia’s inevitable shootout, and an important Apple Cup that will decide the Pac-12 North. Plus, tons of other rivalries, a quick look at Thanksgiving plans, and scores of teams vying for bowl eligibility on Sixth Win Saturday.
ACC Coastal and AAC East Previews
Ty and Dan round out the ACC by taking a closer look at Miami’s national title hopes, Virginia Tech’s challenges, Georgia Tech’s defense, Pitt’s frequent flyer miles, and Larry Fedora’s guide to the galaxy. Plus, a quick look at the AAC East, where UCF tries to repeat and a Philly team has a Shaun Bradley.
College Football Rivalry Week Recap
Ty and Dan break down an incredible Iron Bowl victory for Auburn, Pitt’s unexpected mayhem on the Monongahela, Urban Meyer’s investigation into J.T. Barrett’s injury, and huge wins for Clemson, Georgia, Oklahoma, and Stanford. Plus, Chip Kelly hired by UCLA, numerous firings, and playoff scenarios.