Grantland Network Podcast: The Solid Verbal

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In their first pod of 2012, the Solid Verbal guys talk to Chris Brown, the brain behind Grantland’s “Draw It Up” posts as well as Ty Hildenbrandt, Dan Rubenstein, and Brown review the evolution of Michigan’s offense under Brady Hoke, the foundation for all Nick Saban defenses, the up-tempo attack of Chad Morris at Clemson, and the fatal flaw of Notre Dame in 2011.

Plus, with the biggest bowl games upon us, Brown helps break down the differences in the offensive attacks of Stanford and Oklahoma State, and the similarities between Wisconsin and Oregon, and he discusses how college offenses have the potential to change the professional game.

Listen to Monday’s podcast here: Podcenter

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Previously on the Grantland Network:
The Solid Verbal
Men in Blazers

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