Cammy Black does not rate the Scotland players after a car crash of a game for Scotland at Twickenham
The teams are out for the Calcutta Cup/Triple Crown/Grand Slam/Tournament/Lions/End of the World decider. Here is your cut out and keep match preview.
Keith Mackenzie returns from the wilderness with a look at what Scotland need to do to secure the Triple Crown on Saturday. Yes, we went there…
Ruairidh Campbell takes in another weekend of Scottish 7s as a fairly inexperienced side fail to progress to the Cup competition.
In the sixth episode of our ever popular podcast Cammy and Gav are joined by Iain and Jack to look ahead to the Calcutta Cup and get their hands in a ruck about ticket prices.
Iain Hay watches as Glasgow get their PRO12 campaign going back in the right direction with a win over the Dragons orchestrated by Pete Horne and Nick Grigg.
Edinburgh and the Ospreys met in the wet and muddy environs of Myreside with Edinburgh still searching for that win despite a series of decent performances.
Project players are back in the news, so we put our science hats on and did an experiment. Just what would the Scotland team look like without access to project players?
Scotland scoot up the rankings to a record position of 5th, while John Hardie will sit out the remainder of the tournament with a knee injury. Plus other transfer snippets.
This week Cammy, Rory, Gav and John discuss Scotland’s win over Wales and provide a further update about Warren Gatland’s midlife crisis
Iain Hay watches in hope rather than expectation as Glasgow travelled to Swansea with a depleted side and a rapidly dwindling playoff challenge.
John Anderson rates the Scotland players following their 29-13 win over Wales.
Scotland welcomed Wales to Murrayfield looking for a first win against them in almost a decade, and Rory Baldwin was there to see them earn it.