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We've shuffled around the rankings a bit, as we're seeing a more consistent series of solid results in Florida and in the Heart of America.
Very soon we'll see at least one team make a case for being in the top ten. Oregon is on a roll, but so is South Florida, and Kansas.
Well the logical thing with our #1 would be to leave Lindenwood at #1. But ... the move of Lindenwood to #1 was partially due to Cal's loss at UBC.
Can someone launch a run for #1? Right now it's hard to see.
Just about every team playing this spring has hit a snag or a speed bump. As a result it's hard to see anyone coming through with a resume as strong as that of Iowa Central CC, Western Michigan, or Dartmouth.
Here's what happened this week in D1A rugby.
Cal lost on the road to UBC.
Navy beat Arkansas State in convincing fashion.
Life and Lindenwood won big, but Lindenwood's opposition, Illinois, hung in there well enough to prove they deserve to be somewhere in the top 25.
Saint Mary's beat UCLA by 35, and Central Washington beat BYU by 44 (!).
We don't make a lot of changes this week with the DIAA rankings.
Fresno State, having beaten Chico State two weeks ago, didn't consolidate that victory by beating UC Santa Cruz. Instead, the Bulldogs tied the Banana Slugs. With Chico State looking solid with a win over Sac State, you could argue that we could throw out Chico State's close loss to Fresno, and move Chico higher.