DIA Rugby News
Texas looks to its home opener in the Red River Conference this weekend, as they host Baylor following a workmanlike 27-0 shutout of TCU last week.
The longhorns were supposed to have opened up conference play a month ago, but Texas Tech canceled. Still the Longhorns should be in comfortable position this early in the fall.
The USA Rugby DIA Rankings show very little change, although the voters gave a boost toe Wheeling Jesuit despite a loss, and moved Wyoming into the Top 20.
Canterbury D1A Top 20 - Week 4
1) Saint Mary's (1)
2) Life (2)
3) Kutztown (3)
4) Lindenwood (4)
5) Army (5)
6) Cal Poly (6)
7) Penn State (7)
Three major University teams have made an informal agreement to limit the number of non-USA-eligible players they use in any given game.
Goff Rugby Report has a look at this week's Men's DI college games, with a little prediction for each. If there's a link on the game, then we've got a more detailed game preview for that matchup.
USA Rugby has released its latest DIA Top 20, which is voted on by various officials and members of the press, including Goff Rugby Report's Alex Goff.
There's not much movement, although Kutztown moves past Lindenwood, and Davenport drops down a couple of spots. The only new team in the list is Arizona, which comes in at #18.
USA Rugby's DIA Rugby unveiled their DIA Top 20 Thursday.
USA Rugby announced the 36 teams that will compete in DIA rugby this year, and the list includes the Big Ten (10 teams), Rugby East (seven teams), Mid-South (three teams), West (five), California (five), and Red River (six).