GRR: College Men
The best laid plans of mice and men often go awry, wrote the poet Robert Burns, and it's very true this rugby season as college team upon college team has put games on its schedule only to have to cancel them because one team isn't ready, or the other team has a problematic COVID test.
Easter weekend doesn’t see a break in college rugby, as not only does the Mid-South stay active, but a few programs long quiet are back on the field.
Fans now have their chance to nominate a play for the 2020-2021 Rudy Scholz Award.
This award, which is sponsored by the Washington Athletic Club in Seattle, Wash., has been presented to the top Men's Collegiate Rugby Player since 2016.
Several games gave us more of a look at where the teams fall in the Men's College rankings.
Certainly Central Washington's relatively emphatic defeat of Arizona gave CWU a well-deserved bump to #3. BYU< having tied Central, moves up right with them.
Six D1A men's college teams were in action Saturday along with two other D1 programs as we saw some movement in the Mid-South and a bit of a surprise result in Washington state.Red WolvesTake Their Chances
Arkansas State defeated Davenport 41-13 to improve to 1-2 in the Mid-South and the Red Wolves did in part thanks to some key positive moments.