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Rugby News: Wallabies begin Rugby Championship seeking fine balance ahead of World Cup - The Guardian

Michael Cheika needs a morale-boosting win in South Africa but he must also keep some cards close to his chest with Japan on the horizon Michael Cheika will reveal the biggest secret of his coaching career when the Wallabies play South Africa in their opening Test of the Rugby Championship in Johannesburg on Saturday (Sunday…


Source:www.theguardian.com

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Rugby News: Officials Named For 2019 Rugby World Cup Jul 19, 2019 - FloRugby

With the Rugby World Cup just around the corner, World Rugby has announced the match official appointments for the 40 matches that comprise the tournament’s pool stage.  Nigel Owens will have the honor of refereeing the opening match at Rugby World Cup 2019 as hosts Japan take on Russia at Tokyo Stadium on 20 September,…


Source:www.florugby.com

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Rugby News: Wallaroos thrash Japan to secure comfortable rugby Test series win - The Guardian

Australia completed a predictable series sweep of Japan, winning the second and final rugby Test by an emphatic margin in Sydney. The Wallaroos backed up their 34-5 victory in Newcastle last weekend by not conceding a try before running out 46-3 winners at North Sydney Oval on Friday night.


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Rugby News: Rugby World Cup: Why rival coaches believe Wallabies could be dark horses this year - Stuff.co.nz

GETTY IMAGES Wallabies coach Michael Cheika will watch his team play their first game of 2019 in South Africa this weekend. Underestimate the Wallabies are your own risk in a Rugby World Cup year. That's the not-so-subtle message from opposing coaches Michael Cheika and Rassie Erasmus ahead of a tantalising Rugby Championship fixture between Australian and…


Source:www.stuff.co.nz

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NCAA News: Famed waiver attorney for college athletes Tom Mars hired by NCAA to work in enforcement - CBS Sports

You know what they say: If you keep beating 'em, join 'em. Attorney Tom Mars is joining the NCAA's Complex Case Unit, according to CBS Sports' Dennis Dodd. Yahoo Sports first reported Mars' move.  Mars is a name that has become familiar to people who follow college sports closely. He first appeared on the scene in…


Source:www.cbssports.com

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NCAA News: Here's how Michigan's Jim Harbaugh would change NCAA transfer portal - Detroit Free Press

CHICAGO — Big Ten football coaches are asking for clarity as the NCAA tightens transfer guidelines and makes it tougher to pass through the so-called "transfer portal" unscathed. The subject spurred frequent discussion at Big Ten media days in Chicago this week, and there was a consistent refrain among the 11 Big Ten coaches surveyed by…


Source:www.freep.com

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