Using Rugby Data: Expected Outcomes or Blown Opportunities?

April 7, 2015 Jake Frechette 16

Philadelphia, PA – Need… More… Data… Are teams using Rugby Data gaining Expected Outcomes or Blown Opportunities? Let’s take a look. On Saturday in Dublin […]

Fathers, Ray Green, Rugby and Greatness

June 15, 2014 Karen Ritter 2

Indiana – Today we celebrate Father’s Day, and while it may be a cliché, the simple words of “Thank you, Dad” still hold such great […]

Six Nations Recap: Round 3

February 24, 2014 Nicholas Hall 3

LONDON, ENGLAND – For the second consecutive year, the Six Nations will end without a Grand Slam. However, because of the lack of any one […]

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Aviva Premiership Weekend Preview: New Year’s Resolutions for Each Team

December 26, 2013 Nicholas Hall 5

NEWCASTLE, ENGLAND – The eleventh round of fixtures marks the halfway point of the Aviva Premiership season and represents an opportunity for some self-reflection during […]

The Ref Zone: Too Much TMO?

December 25, 2013 Cody Kuxmann 3

A VERY MERRY CHRISTMAS TO All… LONDON, ENGLAND– While watching rugby this season I’ve noticed one thing;  the use of the TMO is becoming more […]

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Aviva Premiership Talking Points: Gloucester Farce, Tigers Hammered, Rough Weekend for Referees

December 24, 2013 Nicholas Hall 2

GLOUCESTER, ENGLAND – The tenth round of fixtures in the Aviva Premiership saw a number of refereeing controversies, as debate over the tip tackle was […]