Texas A&M scored on the final play of the game to beat Baylor 26-19 in the championship match of the Red River 7s over the weekend.
Tha tournament, hosted by the Houston SaberCats MLR team, was the official qualifier and championship for the DIA conference.
The Oklahoma at Baylor game will be live-streamed on FloRugby kicking off at 2pm CT, 3pm ET on Saturday.
This is the latest in a series of live-streams by FloRugby of Red River Conference games.
We’re down to four in the DIA playoffs as Saint Mary’s, BYU, Arizona, and Life all won.
Of those four games, Life v Lindenwood was easily the closest, although Indiana put up a a fight against BYU.
So there's the little matter of the DIA Quarterfinals Saturday, with eight teams left with a rugby game and a dream.
Baylor hosts Arizona, broadcast live by FloSports.
DIA is down to eight teams, and there is a marked difference between some of them.
Baylor's defeat of LSU in the Red River Conference final puts the entire DIA playoff picture into some muddiness as we await the latest rankings.
(This article contains some changes from the original based on what teams will be playing in the playoffs ... basically we shouldn't have had Arkansas State in there, sorry -AG)
Baylor University has won the Red River Conference championship, scoring a try at the end of the conference final Saturday in Austin, Texas to beat LSU 25-22.
It's championship time for the Red River Conference, as Baylor takes on LSU in Austin, Texas.
The game is part of a big day of rugby at the Austin Huns field in Austin, in which University of Arkansas plays Texas, Texas Tech plays Houston, and Oklahoma plays Texas A&M.
It's not too early to look at the DIA playoff scenarios, and in fact we're almost at a point where the playoff teams could be mostly confirmed.
Here's the rundown:
Rugby East. Penn State won the Rugby East and will go to the Varsity Cup instead. The rest of the teams in Rugby East are playing 7s or the Varsity Cup, so we won't see a Rugby East team in the playoffs at all.
Bayor University clinched 1st in the Red River North Saturday with a 42-15 win over Texas Tech
Baylor downed Oklahoma 27-10 this weekend to take control of the Red River Conference North, moving to 6-1.
Baylor made a bit of a statement this weekend in the Red River as they downed Texas A&M in a very close game to move to 4-1 and make the conference a three-horse race.