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Should the Eagles be playing their European matches in Germany? Mike Holzman thinks so in this great piece.
The U.S. is still stinging from their loss to Canada but Gearoid McDonald says the team is fulfilling the purpose of the tournament--developing.
The Selects missed plenty of chances on Tuesday, but as Alex Goff points out, so did Canada.
Shawn Pittman is training and playing with Trinity in Ireland. Rumor has him waiting for a visa to play with Bourgoin in France.
Pat Clifton says that the Eagles 7's need to get tougher, especially in the forwards.
Women's Eagles head coach Pete Steinberg says the team is taking a new development approach.
One team the Eagles will play on their fall tour is France, who just released their roster.
Penn State beat Army over the weekend in what is only their second match of the fall.
The Volante, the student newspaper at the University of South Dakota, says that rugby is going strong on campus.
Stuart Lancaster is standing firm on his policy not to include French-based players in his squads. Yet, he is considering bringing back Danny Cipriani.
Keven Mealamu is set to reach 100 caps for New Zealand this weekend in the Bledisloe Cup.
The Saracens will take on Racing Metro in Belgium this weekend as round 2 of the Heineken Cup kicks off.
Western Province will take on the Lions in the Currie Cup semi-finals on Saturday and Eben Eztebeth is looking forward to the challenge.
ESPNScrum's Scrum Sevens looks at famous incidents of fighting.