Samuel Anthony and Michael Sciulli breakdown Robert Morris' 73-7 loss at the hands of the James Madison Dukes in what would go down as the worst loss in RMU Football History. Looking at both the good and the bad from facing one of the top FCS programs in the country. The guys also look ahead to NEC play this upcoming weekend as the Colonials head to Smithfield, Rhode Island to battle the Bryant Bulldogs.
This weeks' show highlights the music of Chess Records.
Chess Records was an American record company started by two brothers, Leonard and Phil Chess. They started the label in 1947 as Aristocrat. The label changed its name to Chess Records in 1950. Based in Chicago, it specialized in blues and rhythm and blues. Chess soon became known for recordings that became the best in Chicago Blues. The label played a large roll in amplifying the blues, recording some of its greatest talents and bringing the form into the modern era.
Welcome to the 1st episode of Table Top Central (name still being brewed)! For this semester, we are playing a game called Monster of the Week. Best way to describe it is Scooby Doo. The players play as hunters who, well, hunt things of the unknown that is SUPPOSED to stay hidden from the mortal world. Join Taeva and Glitch in their quest to save the college they are now a part of!
In this episode, Charles and Ryan go on to talk about various food/carnival events, Ryan being put on the spot, coin shows, and upcoming scary events in this new episode of Pittsburgh's Newest with Ryan and Charles.
After their dramatic 22-19 victory over Division II Virginia State, Sam, Mike and Greg discuss the significance of the Colonials' performance. The guys also talk about the brief Caleb Lewis performance, the expectations for the rest of the season while Greg makes a bold prediction about how the Colonials will fare against nationally ranked James Madison this weekend.