Scheme Theme: Rich Rodriguez (5/11/2016)
Ty and Dan launch Scheme Theme Month on The Solid Verbal by chatting with Rich Rodriguez from Arizona about the origins of the modern spread offense, the evolution of his offense and opposing defenses, his college football watching habits, recruiting and the NFL. Also, visit Texture.com/verbal to take advantage of our exclusive free trial with Texture. Image courtesy of Matt Kartozian, USA Today Sports Images
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.
Mike Leach (6/13)
Ty and Dan talk with Mike Leach about being the new coach at Washington State, the diversity of the Pac-12, recruiting in Texas, selling himself to returning players, and killing giant bears in Canada.
Herb Hand (5/17)
Ty and Dan talk with Herb Hand, Vanderbilt’s offensive line coach, about the spread offense, recruiting lineman, player development, his relationship with Gus Malzahn, and his notable dodgeball accomplishments. Download the show
Michigan Men (1/17)
Ty and Dan re-examine the Michigan coaching situation, as well as delve into the world of early draft entries and unruly players. Plus, voice messages and an overflowing e-mail inbox.
Making the Grade (1/2)
Ty and Dan discuss coaching moves at Maryland, Pittsburgh and (potentially) Michigan and haphazardly offer grades for various bowl teams. Plus, previews for the remaining seven games, including the BCS Championship.
Cam of Worms (11/4)
Ty and Dan discuss the breaking news about Cam Newton’s recruitment, play voice messages, read e-mails and break down all the Week 10 action.
‘Eer to the Ground (8/6)
Ty & Dan discuss the allegations against West Virginia, Florida’s non-conference schedule, Ty’s crush on Brian Kelly, and the town of Moscow, Idaho. Plus, voice messages, e-mails and news about the Solid Verbal Fantasy League, Pick’em pool, and VerbaCon 2010.
And Then There Were 12 (7/13)
Ty and Dan talk with Teddy Greenstein of the Chicago Tribune about his frenetic week of expansion reporting, the Big Ten’s ultimate decision to add Nebraska, the future divisions of the conference, and the timeless “stine” vs. “steen” debate.