Not many changes this week in the Goff Rugby Report All-DI rankings.
We've dropped off the last five teams, and got back to a Top 50 after those teams either lost, or related teams made us more comfortable in leaving them out.
Some very small changes, but not a lot.
Here we are with the latest Boys HS Club rankings, with a nw #1 and some serious shifting.
With a week off last week from the rankings, we have updated the Boys Single-School rankings.
People ask us how we put together these rankings, and we have to admit that sometimes it's a gestalt thing - just go with a feeling.
Unlike the single-school rankings, we don't have too many monumental changes in the HS Club rankings this week, although, we have a new #1 as last week's top-ranked team, Danville, lost.
There's been a change in the top spot in the Goff Rugby Report HS Boys Single-School rankings.
You'd expect there to be. While Gonzaga played Gregory the Great in an open-subs scrimmage (and won), the #1 team didn't play a major team this week, and Jesuit of Sacramento did, beating top-ranked HS club team Danville. When you beat the best you get rewarded, and Jesuit moves to #1.
Well there was bound to be a shakeup in the rankings at some point, and frankly we didn't think it would be this week, but there you go.
In this latest edition of the Goff Rugby Report all-DI men's college rankings, Cal remains at #1 basically because they did exactly what you'd expect (beat a ranked team ranked in the 20s), and then did it again, on the same day, with a different lineup.
Quite some movement this week in the Boys HS Club rankings.
We've got quite a bit of movement, or at least potential movement, in the middle portion of the GRR Boys Single-School Rankings this week.
The main move this week in the Men's All-DI rankings is Arizona, which improves seven spaces after beating UCLA.
Clemson comes into the top 50 after beating South Carolina, while LSU gets a bump, too. The top either didn't play or did exactly as expected.