Week One Recap (9/4)
Ty and Dan lick their wounds after Notre Dame and Oregon suffer losses, but power through a full hour and recap all the significant Week One action.
Two for Oregon-LSU (8/30)
Ty and Dan team up with Rob Moseley from The Eugene Register-Guard and Carter Bryant from KLSU to break down this week’s Oregon-LSU matchup from all perspectives
Quack Attack (4/11)
Ty and Dan talk with Rob Moseley from the Eugene Register-Guard about hangover effects after losing to Auburn, stigmas surrounding Chip Kelly’s offense, expectations for the offensive line, and Oregon’s chances of getting back to the BCS Championship. Plus, Verballer e-mails and the triumphant return of Gentle Ben.
BCS Eve (1/10)
Ty and Dan are joined by West Coast Kevin and preview the BCS Championship while hunkered down in a secluded corner of the media hotel in Arizona.
Low Tide (10/10)
Ty and Dan review all the Week Six action and break down the losses by Alabama, Arizona and Michigan as well as the wins by LSU, Auburn and Oregon. Plus, another rousing rendition of Saturday ReVerbs.
Big Red (2/17)
Ty and Dan welcome in Brandon Vogel from the Big Red Network to discuss Nebraska’s resurgence under Bo Pelini, the rumors of potential interest in the Big Ten, and a long overdue apology.Â Or not. Subscribe: http://feeds.feedburner.com/solidverbal E-mail: [email protected] Voicemail: 206-338-1784 Website: www.solidverbal.com Want to help the Solid Verbal? Take our listener survey!
August Countdown: Oregon (15)
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.Â 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.Â That said, 2009 is a transition year, . . .