The Tale of Two Big 12’s + the Return of the Power 5

September 13, 2020

Ty and Dan dive back into Power 5 football, as the Sun Belt burns up Iowa State and Kansas State while Spencer Rattler and Sam Ehlinger start the 2020 season in a big way. Plus, Georgia Tech’s big win over Florida State, the return of Ian Chapter in South Bend, North Carolina’s uneven victory, Micaaaaaaaale Cunningham’s career night, and a gentlemen’s agreement in Pitt’s drubbing of Austin Peay. More about The Solid Verbal: About the Show The Solid Verbal on Instagram The Solid Verbal on Twitter The Solid Verbal on Facebook The Solid Verbal on YouTube

College Football is Back

September 9, 2020

Ty and Dan throw caution to the wind and make picks for the first week of college football games featuring Power 5 teams as the ACC and Big 12 begin play. Plus, a big draft declaration, Trevor Lawrence’s statement, and a rare resignation after one game. Links from the show: Oregon’s Penei Sewell, ESPN’s No. 2-rated NFL draft prospect, opts out of season Clemson QB Trevor Lawrence outlines college football leaders’ plans for change in social media post Southern Miss coach Jay Hopson resigns just one game into 2020 college football season More about The Solid Verbal: About the Show . . .

Against All Odds

August 26, 2020

Ty and Dan examine the re-release of season win totals for the SEC, Big 12 and ACC. Plus, the Rona-adjusted Top 25, COVID cases at Oklahoma, Texas Tech and NC State, Luke Fickell’s new deal and a showcase game for the Bizzzzzzon. Links from the show: AP Top 25: Clemson No. 1, followed by Ohio State, Alabama College Football Playoff committee to release its first weekly rankings Nov. 17 Oklahoma position group “wiped out” by COVID-19 Texas Tech football reports 21 active COVID-19 cases NC State pauses athletic activities, including football, after COVID-19 clusters found within programs Tennessee football restricts . . .

2020 Big 12 Conference Preview

August 7, 2020

Ty and Dan get ready for the 2020 college football season by releasing their first conference preview and discussing the ins-and-outs of the Big 12. Is Oklahoma still the team to beat? How close is Texas to being back? Does Oklahoma State or Iowa State instill more confidence? What will Baylor look like under Dave Aranda? Is Gary Patterson past his prime? Does Kansas State improve on its surprise 2019 results? And which of Texas Tech, West Virginia and Kansas will be the conference cellar dweller?