Found January 05, 2013 on
We're about 48 hours away from the BCS Championship Game between college football heavyweights Notre Dame and Alabama. Ty Hildenbrandt, co-host of The Solid Verbal podcast and CBR contributor, checks in with Allen Kenney for a podcast to discuss the scene in Miami.
Ty and Allen talk about:
*Ty flossing on South Beach.
*How truly boring the Crimson Tide and Fighting Irish are.
*A.J. McCarron's role in the game.
*Ever-ambitious Brian Kelly.
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