Don't ever believe that you have seen it all. the incident involving the upgrading of the sanction on Stuart Hogg of Scotland is possibly unique in the annals of Test rugby.
rugby365 law guru Paul Dobson looks at what he feels must be the most bizarre incident since the use of the TMO was introduced.
Twice over the weekend there were incidents which looked similar but had different outcomes. Law guru Paul Dobson looks at them.
Cobus Reinach's try at Kings Park was a situation when for many people the decision was right or wrong depending on the team they were supporting.
It may not be cause and effect, but it is a fact that in the four Varsity Cup matches on Monday, each refereed by two referees, 32 tries were scored.
rugby365 law guru Paul Dobson takes a look at how the Pitch Side Concussion Assessment works.
Why on earth is this in the rugby union law book? Is it there just to ensure that the laws of the game are too complex for even the best human minds?
rugby365 law expert Paul Dobson looks at Springbok flank Francois Louw's try against France which should have been awarded but was disallowed by the TMO.
Last weekend was a ragged one in Test rugby - a plethora of sanctionary cards, ridiculously poor playing surfaces and much time spent waiting for the TMO.
England's winning try against Australia at Twickenham has raised much discussion.
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