College Football Week 5 Recap
Ty and Dan recap Clemson’s close call in Chapel Hill, Ohio State’s blowout win in Lincoln, Alabama’s pursuit of every school record, and Jalen Hurts’s continued dominance. Plus, Bully’s run-in with Boobie, Michigan’s neck crack, Tua’s cousin, the other John Mayer(s) and more.
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.
Rivalry Week Recap (11/27)
Ty and Dan break down the impressive victories by LSU and Alabama, Michigan’s triumph over Ohio State, the Heisman credentials of Montee Ball, UCLA’s march to Pac-12 South glory, and all the other action from Rivalry Week. Plus, your Reverbs.
Coaching Carousel (12/13)
Ty and Dan talk about Cam Newton’s miserable Heisman speech and the Big Ten’s laughable press conference before bringing Andy Staples back to discuss all the coaching moves in the world of college football.
Click Chorus: Oct. 12, 2010
Today’s Chorus is brought to you by Jenn Sterger, who, as a Florida State grad, must be pleased with how Mark Stoops has handled the D. Whatever happened to her? ***** • Alabama WR Julio Jones broke his hand in the first half of Saturday’s South Carolina game. He had surgery the following day to have a screw inserted. Psh, like his hand isn’t already made of bionic parts already. • Oregon State WR James Rodgers is officially out for the remainder of the season after his knee injury at Arizona on Saturday. He’s a small dude, but as a . . .
Click Chorus: Sept. 28, 2010
Today’s Chorus is brought to you by Rick Sanchez, the CNN anchor who likes college football so much that he, well, gets torn apart by Jon Stewart (go to 6:20). ***** • SI.com’s Cory McCartney and ESPN‘s scrappy group of bloggers weigh in on the Heisman race. Cal QB Kevin Riley checks in at 947th and 835th, respectively. • Alabama QB Greg McElroy has some sore tender bits after Saturday’s Arkansas game. • Sports Illustrated released this week’s cover, which will hopefully lead to more people arguing that Boise State doesn’t play anyone, and if they played in another conference, . . .
Click Chorus: Sept. 14, 2010
Today’s Chorus is brought to you by Bob Dole, who attended the University of Arizona 60 years ago, and probably doesn’t even care that a bunch of no good kids are all wearing red for the Iowa game. Also, he has wang issues. ***** • Florida WR/RB Chris Rainey was arrested for aggravated stalking last night in Gainesville. Man, I am THIS close to winning Florida Arrest Bingo – all I need is Deonte Thompson to embezzle funds from a well-to-do heiress or Ahmad Black to be implicated in an international art theft ring, and I’m golden. • Houston QB . . .
Click Chorus: Sept. 7, 2010
Today’s Chorus is brought to you by Ole Miss, the school that maybe (kind of) gave The Solid Verbal’s favorite rebel a shot to be their mascot. Even though things aren’t looking so good (right now) for the admiral, remember, it could always just be a trap. ***** • Boise State beat Virginia Tech in DC. Which apparently, in college football logic, is reason enough to focus on why they’re not good and not deserving of anything substantial. **Yawn** • Say what you will, but I liked the uniforms last night, most notable, Virginia Tech‘s helmets. The matte black was filthy. . . .
Solid Verbal Podcast: Episode 41 (6/4)
Ty and Dan welcome in Chris Huston from HeismanPundit.com to talk about his 10 Heismandments, the politics behind the award, why Sam Bradford won’t repeat, and Tim Tebow overload.Â Plus, news about Boise State’s new uniforms, Tebow’s floor seats, Houston Nutt’s bizarre Twitter post, and the June 9th release of Phil Steele’s 2009 College Football Preview! Subscribe to the show: http://feeds.feedburner.com/solidverbal E-mail us: firstname.lastname@example.org Follow us on the Twitter: http://www.twitter.com/solidverbal