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American Rugby Fans Have One Rule for USA vs NZ: No Ferns Allowed

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PHILADELPHIA, PA  – In general, it seems like prescriptive codes for how to act are silly and borne out of insecurity. If you know you are a man, after all, you don’t need a Guy Code to affirm that. But at Soldier Field on November 1, 2014 there must be One Rule for USA vs […]

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European Champions Cup Picks: How Our Expert Six Pack Panel Fared

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The Six Pack is comprised of RWU staff members. West Ghana’s Rugby Rain Man Junoir Blaber, England’s Knight of the Realm Jamie Loyd, East Midlands’ Machiavellian Rugger Nick Hall, the infamous Ireland National, Declan Yeats, Englishman with Irish roots yet Castres-residing, James Harrington and contrived Kiwi Co-Host Johnathan Wicklow Barberie. NEW YORK, NY- The inaugural […]

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European Champions Cup Recap: A New Era

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TOULOUSE, FRANCE – European rugby can certainly use a week long breather after an absolutely frenetic first round of action in the newly christened Champions Cup. The intent of reducing the field from twenty-four to twenty teams was to re-balance the competition, and though it is early, the initiative appears to have succeeded triumphantly through […]

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Ewen McKenzie Walks From Wallabies. Who’s To Blame?

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CAPE TOWN, SOUTH AFRICA – After two weeks of spectacular fallout from Kurtley Beale’s idiocy, Australia Wallabies Head Coach Ewen McKenzie, has had enough. The carnage that ensued after Beale had accidentally sent deeply offensive text messages to and about Wallabies business manager Di Patson, along with the ensuing fallout were enough to lead to […]

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Global Rugby Recap: Link Resigns, Bledisloe 3, ARC, ECC, Currie, ITM, Player Moves

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NEW YORK, NY – When the final whistle blew in the final game of the weekend, the whole RWU staff sighed in relief. There was a lot of rugby! Off the field, there was the shock resignation of Ewen “Link” Mckenzie as head coach the Australian Wallabies. Link resigned after the third Bledisloe Cup match… […]

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Eagles Select XV Trounce Uruguay A

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VANCOUVER, B.C. – The Eagles Select XV handled Uruguay A 30-5 at Westhills Stadium.  The Americans kept the pressure on Uruguay throughout and the scoreline could have been even more unbalanced.  It was only 8-0 at half. The good news is that America looks to be adding to already strong positions. Zack Test’s hop-step looked electric. […]

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