Paul Cully Bad news is the only thing that can come out of the Wallabies match against the USA.
Rugby World Cup 2015: Wales are better equipped than England to handle David Pocock and Michael Hooper
Paul Cully Wales have flown somewhat under the radar in the build-up to the Rugby World Cup. No longer.
Rugby World Cup 2015: Sam Burgess selection mire has been an early Christmas present for the Wallabies
Paul Cully As it stands all you can say is that he is no more undeserving than his rivals. The entire selection process has underlined England's difficulties, not their might.
Paul Cully Since the beginning of this millennium, the Wallabies have conceded more than 40 points on eight occasions.
Paul Cully "Don't use Bledisloes as selection trials,'' tweeted former Wallaby Matt Cockbain after the game. Indeed.
Paul Cully Before the British and Irish Lions' second Test against the Wallabies in Melbourne, Welsh prop Adam Jones was put before the Australian media and asked about the difference between Australian...
Paul Cully Michael Cheika won the battle of the clipboard-holders in Sydney.
Paul Cully The keys to Richie McCaw's particular form of brilliance are neither complex nor jealously guarded.
Paul Cully The Wallabies' resolve bodes well for the World Cup but beating the All Blacks would take a performance they haven't come close to so far.
Paul Cully The Wallabies have recorded a second win, but the doubts aren't going away.
Paul Cully The Springboks' opposition last weekend may not have been the strongest, but it at least gave them a chance to get the errors out of their system.
Paul Cully There is no point in flying Matt Giteau across the world and consigning him to the stands.
Paul Cully Toulon? Both of the Hurricanes and Highlanders would have the European champions chasing shadows.
Paul Cully Is the Wallabies squad good enough to win the Rugby World Cup?
Paul Cully With the World Cup on the horizon, England would have been encouraged by aspects of the Australian sides' loss to their Kiwi opponents.
Paul Cully Ask for the barometer of this Highlanders side and most will point to halfback Aaron Smith, but the Waratahs should instead draw a target on his No.10 Lima Sopoaga.
Paul Cully Ita Vaea, Scott Fardy and David Pocock had a field day in the absence of the Stormers' big guns, but the Hurricanes will be five steps above what the poor South Africans had to offer.
Paul Cully There are no Quade Cooper-style, cause-celebre omissions in the first part of Michael Cheika's two-phase Wallabies training squad.
Paul Cully Forget the grumbles about the Waratahs' messy first half against the Reds, it'll be a distant memory in two weeks' time when they host either the Stormers or the Brumbies.
Paul Cully The regular Super Rugby season is almost over and it's time to take a look at the players who stood out this year.