SEC Craziness + Red River Overtime + College Football Week 6 Recap

October 11, 2020

Ty and Dan step back through a wild week of college football in which both Florida and LSU went down, Auburn barely survived and Alabama needed every point it could muster to take down Ole Miss. Plus, a true shootout in the Red River Rivalry as Oklahoma emerged in overtime, a crockpotting by Clemson, a Dude Alert for Jeremy Pruitt’s mask, and a bigtime Pluck Alert for Boston College. Donate in memory of Wesley Brown to Everybody Wins Atlanta to promote children’s literacy

The Return of the SEC + College Football Week 4 Preview

September 25, 2020

Ty and Dan welcome the SEC back on a Super-sized Saturday of action, featuring LSU’s title defense, a first look at Alabama, Georgia, and Florida, new coaches in the state of Mississippi, and Kentucky’s sneaky chances of knocking off Auburn. Plus, Miami looks to stay unbeaten against Florida State, Oklahoma State tries to rebound after a rocky opening game, Virginia Tech attempts to play a game, and the first ever Colonial League Lightning Round. Links from the show: Sources: Pac-12 to meet Thursday on possible fall season Gophers star Rashod Bateman wants to opt back in for 2020 TCU QB . . .

Marathon Men (7/11)

July 11, 2014

Ty and Dan pay homage to the loyal, downloading Verballers by putting on one of the longest episodes in the history of the show, and filling it entirely with listener questions, comments and random musings. What kind of success will Lane Kiffin have at Alabama? Who is college football’s “Tecmo Bo”? Was Brazil’s loss to Germany a soccer Clemsoning? What sites should be on a college football bucket list? All that, plus cartoony college mascots as real humans, the hottest Friends character, and gritty details from Dan’s personal life.

Tire Fire Alert: Week Three

September 12, 2013

Over the past few seasons, The Solid Verbal has spoken, retroactively, about the most egregious weekly performances in the world of college football.  These lowlights, referenced lovingly as “tire fires”, have become a regular part of the podcast, as well as the sport’s lexicon.  In late 2011, EA Sports felt compelled to add a “Tire Fire Offense” badge to its NCAA 12 video game, offering a small pat on the back to gamers with poor offensive aptitude.  In real college football, though, tire fires should never be considered notable or noble achievements.  Fans around the country, from Iowa to… Iowa, . . .