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DIA is now in full swing and some conferences have started taking playoff shape. Rugby East, the Big 10 and Liberty are all more than half way through while several other conferences are early on in the season.

Rugby East

Rugby East is set for a battle royal later this season. Army took down Kutztown 24-17 to remain undefeated in conference play and is on a collision course with Penn State later this year.

Penn State blasted Ohio State 48-14 and remains undefeated on the year. St. Bonaventure also picked up their second win of the conference season.

Big 10

Wisconsin won big and is currently the only team to have two wins in conference play. Indiana opened up with a win over Purdue, but the Boilermakers gave Indiana a tougher game than anticipated, just like they did with Wisconsin a few weeks ago. 

Michigan State also picked up a win.


Albany moved to 3-0 in the Empire division with a win over Cortland. Binghamton moved to 2-0 and along with Syracuse.

Iona moved to 2-0 in the Liberty with a blitz of Stony Brook. A date with Fordham next week will go a long way in this division. The Rams defeated a previously undefeated UConn side this weekend

Umass moved to 3-1 in the New England. UConn dropped to 2-1. Boston college sits at 1-0. 

Rocky Mountain

After beating Colorado State last weekend, Colorado fell to Air Force 33-25. Colorado State moved to 2-1 with a win over New Mexico. Colorado State and Colorado lead the conference with a 2-1 record.

Red River

In the north, Arkansas moved to 2-0 with a tight win over Oklahoma 32-27. In the south, Texas A&M won big again with a win over LSU 52-10. Texas battled Arkansas State in a non-conference game and lost heavily.

Standings can be found here.