Ain’t Easy Being Green (3/17)

March 17, 2010

Ty and Dan talk with George Schroeder from the Eugene Register Guard, SI.com and the Football Writers Association of America about Oregon’s latest troubles, coverage of conferences, and why the Pac-10 should target Texas for expansion.  Plus, the backstory of Ty and Dan’s improbable (podcasting) love and the unveiling of their Sweet Sixteen teams. Subscribe: http://feeds.feedburner.com/solidverbal E-mail: solidverbal@gmail.com Voicemail: 206-338-1784 Website: www.solidverbal.com Want to help the Solid Verbal? Take our listener survey!

Three’s a Charm (9/22)

September 22, 2009

Ty and Dan review a fantastic third week of the college football regular season, paying special attention to the three most notable games of the week (Tennessee-Florida, Georgia Tech-Miami, Washington-USC.  Plus, voice messages (we got one from a female!) and a brief chat with a member of the Solid Verbal fantasy league (Joe from CollegeGameBalls.com). Subscribe: http://feeds.feedburner.com/solidverbal E-mail: solidverbal@gmail.com Voicemail: 206-338-1784 Website: https://146.66.103.97/~solidver

A Double Dose (9/1)

September 1, 2009

Ty and Dan ramp up their efforts in preparation for the start of the college football season by inviting two guests to the program: Rob Moseley from the Eugene Register-Guard to talk Oregon and Anthony Dasher from UGASports.com to discuss Georgia.  Plus, some chit-chat about Rich Rodriguez and Dan’s adventure in the Canadian wilderness. (Episode 55) Subscribe: http://feeds.feedburner.com/solidverbal E-mail: solidverbal@gmail.com Voicemail: 206-338-1784 Website: https://146.66.103.97/~solidver

August Countdown: Oregon (15)

August 18, 2009

Throughout August, we will be counting down the top 25 teams (as listed here) going into the 2009 season. Today, I will be insufferable and go into way too much detail about the Oregon Ducks. Our uniforms are bright, our mascot picks fights, and our cheerleaders are better looking than yours. See, I’m insufferable already.  First Impressions It seems that Oregon is in that perennial “Who Can Challenge USC?” position with Cal, and for good reason. The Ducks have an explosive offense, are well-coached, and have distinctive home field advantage at Autzen Stadium.  That said, 2009 is a transition year, . . .