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Rewind to 1984
Nov 11, 2014:  Huw Richards winds back 30 years to an Australian touring side that shook the northern hemisphere and signalled a period of dominance for the Wallabies
New Zealand
Nov 11, 2014:  The All Blacks won't confirm or deny if they create specific "yellow card" situations at training; the rest of the world has 10 months to develop better unconfirmed plans of their own, Sam Bruce writes
New Zealand
Nov 11, 2014:  Andrew Mehrtens believes television producers are having an unfair influence on Test matches through big-screen replays as the IRB comes to the defence of referee Nigel Owens
Monday Maul
Nov 10, 2014:  Hansen and Cheika dismissed their wins as having given them a psychological advantage. Monday Maul looks at some lessons from previous World Cups
The Growden Report
Nov 10, 2014:  Australia produced numerous good moments against Wales, but Michael Cheika will hone on the horrors that illustrated the progress they must make in 12 months, Greg Growden writes
Scrum Sevens
Nov 7, 2014:  Ahead of the November Tests - Scrum Sevens picks out a group of players to keep an eye on
November Internationals
Nov 7, 2014:  The frequency of north versus southern hemisphere games means the mystique element is no longer an excuse, argues John Taylor
International Rugby
Nov 6, 2014:  Ex-All Blacks coach John Mitchell looks at the different expectations and goals for the southern hemisphere sides in November
England v New Zealand
Nov 6, 2014:  Second-quarter points will be crucial at HQ with recent Tests between England and New Zealand revealing a definite trend, Richard Kelly writes
The Phil Vickery Column
Nov 5, 2014:  "Tactics against the world's best team only do so much; you have to take yourself to another level of intensity." Phil Vickery on England v New Zealand
Craig Dowd
Nov 5, 2014:  Craig Dowd laments the quality of "boil-and-bite $5 mouthguards", saying rugby authorities ought to part-fund and certify official guards in the bid to reduce concussions
Greg Growden
Nov 4, 2014:  Michael Cheika will have Wallabies running though walls in order to impart fully his aggressive game plan, Greg Growden writes
Nov 4, 2014:  Australian rugby must implement a rescue task force and much of the blueprint can be drawn from soccer's Western Sydney Wanderers, Sam Bruce writes.
Monday Maul: Chicago special
Nov 3, 2014:  In a special Monday Maul from Chicago, Tom Hamilton asks how US rugby can capitalise on the heat generated by the visit of the All Blacks
The Growden Report
Nov 3, 2014:  What's happening in Australian rugby? Greg Growden digs as only he can
Nov 2, 2014:  "I knew that in training or a game I had to be better than Lawrence Dallaglio, Neil Back or Richard Hill." American great Dan Lyle on life at Bath
US Eagles v New Zealand
Oct 31, 2014:  "The thirst for knowledge has seen coaches break away from the confines of rugby and look to America." Tom Hamilton on the two-way learning process
USA Eagles v New Zealand
Oct 30, 2014:  On Saturday, New Zealand face the USA in a match that has been 40 years in the making. Tom Hamilton finds the atmosphere building in Chicago
Greg Growden
Oct 30, 2014:  The Wallabies-Barbarians fixture is unlikely to provide the "festival of rugby" we desire, but the tour opener will still be compelling because of the Cheika factor, Greg Growden writes
John Taylor
Oct 29, 2014:  Most modern rugby players will not know the name Ray Williams but they should be eternally grateful to him, writes John Taylor
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