TC, as the expert on strategies these days, can you tell me why teams no longer try to attack from a scrum? Why do they put backrowers in the backs when attacking or defending from scrums? Last night I saw Jamie Lyon pack into the second row. He broke quickly to defend, but why have him in the forwards in the first place? I know I played in the dim dark past but a scrum was the best opportunity to try some moves, to get the ball to the winger or for the fullback to chime in. I think Melbourne and possible the Tigers may be the only teams that do something different other than allowing their first receiver - often a prop - to die with the ball from a scrum win. Also, why is a 'run' classified as a hit-up? Naturally, anybody with answers is encouraged to enter the debate. I just know that TC is the acknowledged doyen.