General rugby question

Discussion in 'General Rugby Union' started by thegoods14, Feb 1, 2008.

  1. thegoods14

    thegoods14 Guest

    I have been looking at the schedules of several college rugby teams in my area. On some of the matches it says matrix. I was wondering what that means?
     
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  3. Steve-o

    Steve-o Guest

    That means you have a choice...

    Red pill...

    or

    Blue pill...

    :p

    Where is 'matrix' written? In the time slot? By the team name? Where?
     
  4. shazbooger

    shazbooger Guest

    It aint a rugby term. Well not a traditional one. Could be a term relating to the schedule itself e.g refer to "the matrix" for further information?



    Then again, maybe the US have added something new to the game to spice it up?
     
  5. candybum

    candybum Guest

    lol the US are so good at promoting sports!
     
  6. thegoods14

    thegoods14 Guest

    an example was: Feb. 12 KSU vs. Georgia Tech(Matrix)
     
  7. Dozzy_X

    Dozzy_X Guest

    name of the georgia team, 'the georgia matrix!'? or could be whereabouts its being played, i.e wot pitch its on.
     
  8. speedysalmon

    speedysalmon Guest

    I think matrix could refer to the name of the League, (like the Premiership.)
     
  9. OSU Blue

    OSU Blue Guest

    hmm.. ive been playing collegiate in Ok. for 2 years, and have never seen that.. the only thing i would think of would be another name for a bracket..
     
  10. melon

    melon Guest

    Maybe Georgia tech have multiple teams, all with a distinguishable name.

    For instance, back in juniors, Orange City had two teams in u17s. One team was Orange City Orange and the other Orange City Green.

    All I can think of. But Matrix does sound kind of weird for a team name...

    Why don't you e-mail them?
     
  11. liddy

    liddy Guest

    Nah never heard of that term within rugby.
     
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