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Carney’s Corner: Season one of RMU’s dangerous offense

Carney’s Corner: Season one of RMU’s dangerous offense

Logan Carney, Sports Manager

October 24, 2018


Filed under Carney's Corner, Football, Sports, Sports Columns, Sports Showcase, Top Stories

MOON TOWNSHIP -- The Robert Morris Colonials football team (0-3, 2-5) is nearing the end of their 2018 season. Throughout the year, the consistent talking point has been the struggles of the RMU defense. While this is completely fair criticism that comes with a disappointing 0-3 conference record, I pers...

Carney’s Corner: Robert Morris and Duquesne not playing is a disservice to Pittsburgh

Carney’s Corner: Robert Morris and Duquesne not playing is a disservice to Pittsburgh

Logan Carney, Sports Manager/Columnist

September 18, 2018


Filed under Carney's Corner, Men's Basketball, Men's Basketball Opinion, Opinion/Editorial, Sports, Sports Showcase, Top Stories

Recently, the Robert Morris men's basketball team released their schedule for the 2018-2019 season. When looking at the schedule, the first thought that came to my mind was, "Where is Duquesne?" Now, there are three Division I college programs within 30 minutes of the city of Pittsburgh, but it seems...

Carney’s Corner: Bernard Clark should get as many chances as John Banaszak

Carney’s Corner: Bernard Clark should get as many chances as John Banaszak

Logan Carney, Sports Manager/Columnist

August 30, 2018


Filed under Carney's Corner, Football, Opinion/Editorial, Sports, Sports Showcase, Top Stories

Rome wasn’t built in a day. That’s probably the most overused expression when urging someone to be patient, but in this case, that expression is meaningful. It’s meaningful because there is a new head coach who patrols the sidelines for Robert Morris’s once proud football program. The Colonials...

Carney’s Corner: Why is RMU basketball the odd man out in Pittsburgh?

Carney’s Corner: Why is RMU basketball the odd man out in Pittsburgh?

Logan Carney, Columnist

January 25, 2018


Filed under Argument, Carney's Corner, Men's Basketball, Men's Basketball Opinion, Opinion, Opinion/Editorial, Sports Columns, Sports Showcase, Top Stories, Uncategorized

After beating Duquesne, Dachon Burke said something that has lingered with me ever since. “Well, every game means a lot, but I think it says for itself,” said Burke. “You have Pitt, Duquesne and Robert Morris. I think sometimes we’re overshadowed because they’re the two in the city.” Nobody...

Carney’s Corner: What to expect from the Bernard Clark era

Carney’s Corner: What to expect from the Bernard Clark era

Logan Carney, @Sentry_Carney

December 20, 2017


Filed under Carney's Corner, Football, Opinion, Opinion/Editorial, Sports, Sports Columns, Sports Showcase, Top Stories

After a coaching search that included 160 candidates, Robert Morris football has found its man in former Albany defensive coordinator Bernard Clark. Given the hire seemed to come out of nowhere, the question that should be on everyone’s mind is, was this a good hire for Robert Morris? If you...

Carney’s Corner: The state of Robert Morris football

Carney’s Corner: The state of Robert Morris football

Logan Carney, @SentryCarney

November 3, 2017


Filed under Carney's Corner, Football, Opinion, Opinion/Editorial, Sports, Sports Columns, Sports Showcase, Top Stories

Earlier in the season, I predicted that the Robert Morris Colonials would finish within the top three in the Northeast Conference. I cited their strong defense, seemingly improved offense and the weak NEC as reasons for this prediction. I definitely did not think that they wouldn’t even finish around...

Carney’s Corner: The enigma of RMU women’s volleyball

Carney’s Corner: The enigma of RMU women’s volleyball

Logan Carney

September 28, 2017


Filed under Carney's Corner, Opinion, Sports, Sports Columns, Sports Showcase, Top Stories, Volleyball

Reality is, it’s unfair to expect the players of Robert Morris volleyball to do great things, but it’s also unfair to completely write them off this season. It’s important to note that eight of the Colonials' thirteen players this season are true freshmen. This is the big reason as to why one...

Carney’s Corner: Was Dayton a culture-changing win?

Carney’s Corner: Was Dayton a culture-changing win?

Logan Carney

September 9, 2017


Filed under Carney's Corner, Opinion, Opinion/Editorial, Sports, Sports Columns, Sports Showcase, Top Stories

Last week, for the first time in 17 years, Robert Morris defeated a great FCS program in Dayton by the score of 13-10. Only head equipment manager Ray Butter was on the staff the last time this team beat Dayton. Some people don’t want you to think too much into the first game of the season. I,...