Far be it for us to burden you with our problems, but our final Men's DII rankings are late, and in fact we missed a few weeks, and we're sorry.
Many, many changes in the rankings thanks to a couple of weeks' data.
The MARC teams get a big boost, in part because the 2016 conference winner, Rowan, has been tearing it up in DI. At some point, that has to indicate that this is a very, very competitive conference. So the undefeated teams get a big boost.
We missed the D!! rankings last week ... long story ... so we've got some massive movements.
Northern Michigan, VMI, Montana State, and UNC-Charlotte all make big moves up.
There's nothing like a National Championship weekend to clarify your rankings, and there's nothing like a state playoff to at least give you some fodder for consideration.
The headline is the question, and generally I'd have to say, yes, I do.
That doesn't mean I don't make a lot of mistakes, but as I also say, the results make the rankings somewhat self-correcting.
So here goes with some HS Club rankings questions and answers:
Goff Rugby Report has finalized the All DI College Rankings as well as an All-DIAA ranking. Both are available on our partner FloRugby site.
Here is some analysis.
The latest HS Club rankings are here, and the #1 team is still Fort Hunt.
However, there's plenty of movement in the Top 10. Royal Irish has been winning games, but very, very close games, and with other teams doing pretty well, it's more a case of others moving up than Royal Irish moving down. Doylestown and West Valley get a boost, and Granite Bay perhaps a belated one.
See our full analysis on these rankings here.
Not much to say this week in the All-DI Men's College rankings.
There were two games of note, with #1 beating #15, and #4 beating #2. So, naturally, #2 and #4 change a little.
There's movement in the top 10 and further down, as well, in the Boys HS Club Rankings.
We took a week off from the college rankings last week in part because it was such a busy week, and in part because there weren't a lot of results and they basically confirmed out expectations.
That wasn't the case for Navy v Central Washington, so fans of the US Naval Academy had to wait an extra week to see how their overtime win over the Wildcats would affect the rankings.