I would agree, and I'm a Californian. I'm afraid the game of la crosse has bypassed rugby as that "fourth" sport, after American football, basketball, and baseball, in schools in particular, and the world doesn't really have to worry too much about America rising to the top in the rugby world. There aren't that many American Samoans, for one, and they tend to want to play American football anyway.
Glasgow got totally screwed by the referee when they were called for what, going over the top or falling down in that ruck where they blew the opposition forwards off the ball, like in the good old days before rugby league tactics were employed in this game? That was a stupid call, and it cost Glasgow three points for playing the game the way it was meant to be played by forwards! I know that this is only a piece of the match we are seeing, but in other instances the ref obviously didn't play advantage either, blowing his whistle when ball was obviously about to be won by the non-offending team.