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FEBRUARY PREVIEW: This month, Rugby Magazine made good use of all the international rugby that occurred on American soil. We compared our national teams to their global counterparts, an experience that prompted several editorials on what the USA needs to change.
We also got a look at some of the up-and-coming talent pressuring the higher ranks, and connected with some interesting personalities who are synonymous with the various events.
One Semester, One Shot: Former NFL prospect John Cullen returns to the University of Utah and looks toward the Eagles.
Playing Up to Paar: Navy grad Jane Paar has six months to enjoy life as a 7s pro before returning to the Marines.
Up&Comer Campbell: High School All American Bryce Campbell is a star for Cathedral Royal Irish. What of his future?
Photo Galleries: USA 7s, Las Vegas Invitational, Houston 7s
Cliff Notes: Pat Clifton looks at how 7s and 15s don’t always mix at the highest level.
Fine Lines: Houston 7s brought excellent international women’s rugby to the USA, but not the fans.
Goff On Rugby: Alex Goff sorts through the different plans being proposed to make USA’s Olympic rugby prospects better.
Full Time: IRB 7s Manager Beth Coalter talks about the men’s and women’s World Series in America.
Ask The Coach: Sevens expert Chris Ryan lends tips on the ever-important restarts.
Off the Clock: Team liaison Sean Lindersmith takes readers behind the scenes of the New Zealand 7s team.
My First Game: College rugby’s greatest coach, Jack Clark,
remembers his rugby beginnings.