Squaring off against Cal Poly’s quality forward pack, Adahir Aguilera helped the Aztec’s scrum more than hold their own in the 32-18 victory.
A Red River doubleheader will be part of a Feb. 13 rugby extravaganza in Austin, Texas.
The sheer dominance of two-time defending National Champions Saint Mary’s makes the conference one of the best in the nation.
Life welcomed Clemson to its campus and proceeded to pound the Tigers, 76-13, while Lindenwood dealt Arizona an 88-5 blow.
After consecutive weeks of climbing the Canterbury Top 20, Cal Poly was dealt a blow when it fell to San Diego State.
Oklahoma remained unbeaten but needed a try in the final minutes to stave off Baylor, while TCU earned its first conference victory when it hammered Texas Tech.
With less than two minutes remaining in the match, O’Hara put his side back on top with a try and sealed the win for the Broncos.
The campus of TCU will act as a meeting point for a nonconference match between No. 11 Arizona and No. 3 Lindenwood.
The fixture against Canada is a qualifying match for the World Rugby U20 Trophy, and includes 12 players from D1A Rugby.
The second week of Red River action will see Oklahoma host Baylor and Texas Tech visit TCU.