Cal held off a comeback from University of British Columbia to win the first leg of the teams' annual two-game series.
This is the 99th year of the rivalry, and Cal ended up with a pretty impressive 36-21 lead going into the second game.
There is so much rankings action this week in DIA Rugby it's hard to know where to start.
Let's start with the new #1 Cal. The Bears open their annual two-game series with the University of British Columbia.
Much happened in D1A Rugby over the weekend, and we've got a bit of a rundown for you.Sevens
Kutztown dominated in winning the D1A Open Qualifier in Las Vegas.
More here: Kutztown Wins D1A 7s Qualifier Behind Luminous Noble
This weekend’s Game of the Week on FTF and Eleven Sports is Cal at Arizona, and could possibly be billed as the PAC Rugby Conference decider.
With Cal having already defeated UCLA, and favored against Utah (who they play in a month), a win over Arizona probably sews up the conference.
We're back with Gamebreakers for DIA. Here is who got noticed from February 8.Jack Springer, North Texas
The powerful UNT lock thundered through for UNT’s opening try and set the physical tone with several big carries and clearouts in his team’s 31-19 defeat of Baylor.