Source: The GuardianRugby Football Union aims to make most of boom around 2015 World Cup by getting 750 more state schools playing game. By Owen Gibson, Chief Sports Correspondent, The Guardian It takes its name from a famous private school and, for some, has long been associated with the Barbour-wearing, Range Rover-driving masses that throng Twickenham whenever England play. As part of an effort to change that image the Rugby Football Union (RFU) has launched a new drive to get hundreds more state schools, many of them in inner cities, playing the game to make the most of a hoped-for...