OPINION: Tabai Matson at shortest odds to take over from Blackadder.
OPINION: Blood to drip from English rugby's red rose by next Christmas, be it coach's or the Machiavellian clubs'.
OPINION: Goldie remembers being a wispy fullback alongside the then "blockbusting No 8".
OPINION: Eddie Jones will demand a high workrate as he seeks to turn England around.
From teen Sevens star to global powerhouse, Lomu's breakthrough was matter of shock and awe.
Rugby's most recognizable and fearsome figure was also its most openhearted and generous.
OPINION: Jonah was the first – and arguably only – global rugby superstar.
OPINION: Clever Eddie's imminent appointment as England coach spells danger for the All Blacks.
OPINION: Be thankful for knowing an extraordinary man, writes ex-England international Brian Moore.
Jonah Lomu will be remembered as a man of great courage and character, writes Phil Gifford.
OPINION: Without McCaw, Australian hopes are raised of their first Bledisloe success in a decade.
OPINION: No need for panic or consternation, Kieran Read will be the next All Blacks captain.
OPINION: Lomu wasn’t about sport. He was bigger than that. He pushed human boundaries.
OPINION: Jonah Lomu the best and the worst, something his ABs captain could relate to.
OPINION: Jonah Lomu, dead? It scarcely seems credible, writes Peter FitzSimons.
OPINION: We will now hear the case of Sam Burgess v the English RFU.
OPINION: Triumph at Twickers even better than Ko's first major victory, writes Marc Hinton.
OPINION: Sam Burgess' defection back to league a slap in the face to those who invested in him.
OPINION: Why New Zealand's 'crazy' depth of talent risks ruining rugby.
OPINION: It's encouraging to witness a rising tension between the Black Caps and Aussies.
OPINION: From an ageless warrior to a gracious Australian, presenting the World Cup's real winners...
OPINION: Sir Richie? Sir Shag? There's something about sporting knighthoods that just doesn't sit right.
OPINION: New Zealand loves Richie McCaw, but the world loves Dan Carter more.
Weary heads and sore bodies, but it's mission accomplished for the All Blacks as they head home.
OPINION: Often portrayed as a prima donna, this All Blacks hero is more a humble dad.
OPINION: Handing coach of the year honours to Aussie Michael Cheika reeks of political correctness.
OPINION: To those expecting the ABs' fortunes to decline when old guard retire - they won't.
OPINION: All Blacks coach's broad hint that he won't stay on past 2017 raises the question of who next?
OPINION: Was this the best Rugby World Cup yet? Well, if you're a Kiwi, it was certainly the most enjoyable.
OPINION: Four more years, Richie? OK, that could be a bit of a stretch, but two would do.