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The Liberty Conference’s flirtation with its own, standalone collegiate organization wasn’t for nothing, despite the fact that the idea has changed into the group joining NCR.
We're trying to figure out where everyone will play.
As this writer said in a Facebook Live Q&A this week, for many college players, what their umbrella organization turns out to be won't change too much. Small college teams will go on as before. Men's D2 college teams will, with one or two exceptions, go on as before.
After a bit of a wait, the Liberty Conference has announced that it will join NCR.
The Liberty teams had discussed forming a group called USCRO, but after some time the leadership group realized that creating your own organization when another already exists was not sustainable. So USCRO was put aside as a stand-alone group, and NCR was embraced.
Santa Barbara, CA—The College Rugby Association of America (CRAA) has announced that it is committed to partnering with USA Rugby (USAR) to help rebuild the National Governing Body (NGB) as it emerges from Chapter 11 bankruptcy.