1. Autumn Nations Series Recap: France, Ireland Fly High; All Blacks Struggle

    Autumn Nations Series Recap: France, Ireland Fly High; All Blacks Struggle

    Nov 23, 2021

    It’s not often a nation commands as much attention as New Zealand does on the world rugby stage.
  2. Key Moments From Historic Rugby Championship

    Key Moments From Historic Rugby Championship

    Oct 6, 2021

    The 2021 Rugby Championship was one to remember—we saw the All Blacks return to the top of the mountain, the Springboks fall from their perch, and the Wallabies put together a string of form we haven’t seen since 2015.
  3. USA Drops First Test Against Canada

    USA Drops First Test Against Canada

    Sep 5, 2021

    Full game recap by USA Rugby.
  4. USA Eagles Finish Summer Internationals With Loss To Ireland

    USA Eagles Finish Summer Internationals With Loss To Ireland

    Jul 12, 2021

    via USA Rugby
  5. 4 Things We Learned From Team USA Eagles' Valiant Defeat

    4 Things We Learned From Team USA Eagles' Valiant Defeat

    Jul 5, 2021

    Despite a shaky start, the Eagles have done the nation proud, hanging in there with England in a 43-29 shootout at Twickenham. While Gary Gold and company will want to flush that first half down the drain, there was plenty to be pleased with in a second half that saw the Americans outscore their counterparts 26-17.
  6. Autumn Nations Cup Stock Report

    Autumn Nations Cup Stock Report

    Dec 12, 2020

    You could be forgiven for thinking that the Northern hemisphere teams decided to play another Six Nations tournament in 2020, and added Georgia, perhaps on a trial basis. But no! 
  7. Top 15 Players Of Autumn Nations Cup

    Top 15 Players Of Autumn Nations Cup

    Dec 11, 2020

    The Autumn Nations Cup wasn’t just a measuring stick for international teams, but also a proving ground for players looking to either break into the national team or reestablish their place in it. For the four British Isles, it was also an audition for Warren Gatland’s 2021 British & Irish Lions team which heads to South Africa next summer. 
  8. Top 5 Games From Autumn Nations Cup

    Top 5 Games From Autumn Nations Cup

    Dec 10, 2020

    Now that it's over, it's all about the numbers.
  9. Autumn Nations Cup Notebook: Fijian Flair Shows Up & Champions Crowned

    Autumn Nations Cup Notebook: Fijian Flair Shows Up & Champions Crowned

    Dec 8, 2020

    If the first three rounds of the 2020 Autumn Nations Cup were labeled as slow, or too kick-heavy, the final weekend was anything but. 
  10. England Prevails As Autumn Nations Cup Champs

    England Prevails As Autumn Nations Cup Champs

    Dec 8, 2020

    It was supposed to be a cakewalk. It was supposed to be business as usual for Eddie Jones’ team in front of 2,000 spectators at Twickenham. 
  11. Autumn Nations Cup Notebook: Stage Is Set For Massive Title Bout

    Autumn Nations Cup Notebook: Stage Is Set For Massive Title Bout

    Nov 30, 2020

    Round 3 was highlighted most by the efforts of the Georgians, who pushed Ireland for 80 minutes in Dublin. 
  12. Autumn Nations Cup Notebook #2: Contenders & Pretenders Revealed

    Autumn Nations Cup Notebook #2: Contenders & Pretenders Revealed

    Nov 23, 2020

    The second weekend of Autumn Nations Cup action served up two of the most anticipated clashes of the tournament.
  13. What Did We Learn From Stars vs Stripes Scrimmage?

    What Did We Learn From Stars vs Stripes Scrimmage?

    Nov 22, 2020

    With the news that two players in and around the Eagles camp tested positive for coronavirus this week, the second Stars vs Stripes match was cancelled. 
  14. Autumn Nations Cup Notebook #1: Blowouts, Comebacks, & Cancellations

    Autumn Nations Cup Notebook #1: Blowouts, Comebacks, & Cancellations

    Nov 16, 2020

    The first weekend of the 2020 Autumn Nations Cup went mostly how we thought. The favorites won and the action was exciting. 
  15. Scotland's On A Winning Streak

    Scotland's On A Winning Streak

    Oct 29, 2020

    What is it with Gregor Townsend’s Scotland teams and a propensity for inconsistency?