This is a huge weekend in DIA and DIAA college rugby with most of the active conferences getting underway, if they haven't already.
Some relatively idle teams with rankings aspirations, such as James Madison, Brown, Salisbury, and Arkansas have games this weekend.
The Gamebreakers column is back with a vengeance—here are our Men's DI college standouts for the weekend of September 13-14.
It's a front-row kind of weekend, but we've got some backs in there, too.
The Gamebreakers column is back! We look at players who had a special impact over the weekend. This is the Men's DII college list for September 13-14.
Let us know who else should get recognition through the Contact Us link.Chris Werder, The Citadel
Werder scored both of The Citadel’s tries in a tight 12-5 victory over East Carolina in a crucial conference game.
It's early days in the Great Midwest Conference and everyone is still in it, mostly, but some teams have logged early results with noting.
Struggling right now is Northern Michigan, which had a tough opening two weeks against Minnesota Duluth and Marquette, both losses. There's time for NMU to rebound, however, and they are perfectly capable of it.
This is how GoffRugbyReport will vote in this week's DIA rankings.
There are some teams that moved up but who didn't make the top 40, such as Syracuse, Boston College, and Northeastern. Illinois moved up thanks to a very close loss, while your biggest movers are Utah State (crushed Wyoming), and Minnesota (beat Purdue).
One of the most competitive leagues in Men’s DII College Rugby has to be the Southern Conference Premier League, but on team is shaking up that notion early on.
The conference split this year into a top tier and a second tier, and the result it, no one gets an easy game.
Navy won three games this weekend, beating Iona, James Madison, and James Madison's 2nds in a pretty successful weekend for the Midshipment.
Latest Men's DII college scores from September 13-14.
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Penn State pulled away, barely, from Notre Dame College to beat the Falcons 31-25 in the Nittany Lions' first Rugby East game of the season.
The Liberty Conference got into action this weekend with some interesting results that thrust a couple of teams into the contender category; that's kind of a long way of saying watch out for Northeastern.
Scores from DIA and DIAA games (as well as crossovers between both divisions) September 13-14.
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It's a full weekend of D1A action this weekend. Here's a look at what's up:Rocky Mountain
BYU is at Colorado State in an early clash of two teams with conference hopes. We have a closer look at Colorado State, and the Rams have a ton of potential, but BYU's ability to reload and maintain has always been strong.