Grantland Network Podcast: The Solid Verbal
Yes, the so-called “Game of the Century” was an epic SEC war, but The Solid Verbal guys can’t help but feel let down with a 9-6 final tally after so much hype. In this week’s episode, the boys break down LSU’s hard-nosed victory, Jarrett Lee’s demotion, conservative play-calling, and the potential for a rematch.
Plus, Ty Hildenbrandt and Dan Rubenstein wonder what’s eating Brady Hoke, discuss Nebraska’s dud against Northwestern, analyze South Carolina’s running game, and play another rousing batch of listener voice messages
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The proposal would strike a major blow to up-tempo spread offenses that often run plays before the opposing defense is set. Coaches like Alabama’s Nick Saban and Arkansas’ Bret Bielema last summer said that up-tempo offenses are likelier to cause injuries for defensive players who can’t get off of the field in time.
“When we got to the party about eight o’clock it was a packed house at the hotel,” Evans told AL.com. “We walked in and the first people we saw was the entire Auburn staff standing there on our left and to my right was Kirby Smart and the Bama staff. I was like ‘This has never happened in Auburn before and probably never will again.'”