Navy continued its impressive run as the best of D1A made the final four this weekend.
The Midshipmen defeated Army for the third time this season, this time making it relatively emphatic at 30-6.
BYU beat Cal 50-14 Friday in a snowy Provo Friday.
In a game that was moved from Saturday to Friday to avoid the LDS Conference, BYU controlled a large amount of possession and won several of the physical battles in the victory.
BYU hosts Cal today and it's a bit of an unexpected look for this matchup.
Originally expected to be a massive clash between highly-ranked college teams. It's less of that now because Cal has sent a different lineup to Provo.
Two tries just after the 60th minute stymied a Cal comeback and brought Saint Mary's a rather remarkable 38-34 victory over Cal.
Both head coaches lauded the game and the day.
“Congratulations to Saint Mary’s; that was a proper game of first XV rugby,” Cal Head Coach Jack Clark said.
In a meeting of the #1-ranked team in the nation and the #4 team, top-ranked Navy held off a furious Cal charge to win 33-28 Saturday in Annapolis, Md.
On a windy day, both teams worked hard to be smart about the wind, but the breeze also played havoc with the lineouts, especially early on.