Peachy Paterno (2/14)
Ty and Dan talk with David Jones from The Patriot-News about Penn State’s quarterback quandary, the overall direction of the program, expectations moving forward, and the possibility that Joe Paterno could be still be coaching in 2012(!) Plus, Ty’s completely gratuitous theory for getting a new basketball coach in State College .
One Week Left (8/26)
Ty and Dan mix it up on the final Thursday before the start of the 2010 season by talking about NBC’s Notre Dame coverage, the increasing turmoil in Chapel Hill and the stigma of team logo tattoos. Plus, your voice messages, emails, and info on how to order the t-shirt!
The Lions’ Den (11/7)
Ty and Dan welcome in Nate Bauer from BlueWhiteIllustrated.com to discuss the Penn State-Ohio State game this weekend, the future of the Lionsâ€™ team, the image problem of the Big Ten, and the issues (for away teams) in Beaver Stadium. Plus, e-mail, voicemail and the Week 10 picks of the week. Subscribe: http://feeds.feedburner.com/solidverbal E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org Voicemail: 206-338-1784 Website: www.solidverbal.com
August Countdown: Penn State (9)
Throughout August, we will be counting down the top 25 teams (as listed here) going into the 2009 season.Â Today, we take a stroll up College Avenue, stop by for a cone of Peachy Paterno, visit with the crazies at Paternoville, and close out the night with some ponies at the Rathskellar. That’s right, boys and girls… WE ARE… PENN STATE! First Impressions It’s 8:00 AM on a football Saturday.Â You need only listen to the hustle and bustle of downtown State College to understand the electricity surrounding Penn State football.Â Close your eyes and listen; the sounds of the . . .
Solid Verbal Podcast: Episode 2 (8/29/2008)
Ty and Dan grapple with a variety of hard-hitting college football issues while battling debilitating technical issues: Dan’s trip into Gustav threatened Mississippi; Ty’s trip to “wine and cheese” country Oregon’s Nate Costa and his bum knee Penn State’s curious passing routes and rabid tailgates An eerie comparison between football guru Phil Steele and Lexington Steele Sleepers and busts for the coming season Quasi-previews of this week’s big games E-mail the show with your thoughts: email@example.com (Please excuse our dust while we hone in our sound equipment.)