Rutgers: The Knights do have six wins, and now are bowl eligible. However, Greg Schiano doesn't want to hear about it. Schiano told the teleconference listeners "I'm not overly concerned about that right now." Rutgers still has Louisville to play.
UConn: With the loss last night to South Florida, UConn has no chance of winning the conference. A good season no question though. The Hartford Courant points out a certain fumble that really turn the tides last night.
Syracuse: They fire Greg Robinson, then beat Notre Dame. Was this a program-changing week for the Orange?
Cincinnati: One win and they are in. After beating Pitt, the Bearcats have only Syracuse in their way of a BCS bid. The alumns are all coming out now. It helps to have a winner.
Pittsburgh: It's Backyard Brawl week, so all the talk is WVU-Pitt. Dave Wannstedt is certainly never going to overlook this game. He had good praise for his rival during the teleconference. "I think West Virginia is playing the best football that they have all year. It should be a heck of a game," Wanny remarked.
West Virginia: Meanwhile, Bill Stewart says his crew...even Pat White...is relatively healthy. He was also asked if the offense has gone back to more of a QB zone-read. Stewart said "If we have become more Pat White oriented, I guess that's what we have done...but I don't know that."
South Florida: A big sigh of relief for South Florida, as they finally got back to the winning side of things this past weekend. They may not have been great, but they were good enough against UConn.
Louisville: It was an ugly loss to West Virginia, but Frosh Victor Anderson did become the 13th Cardinal to rush for over 1,000 yards in a season. The Cards look for a .500 record in 10 days against the red-hot Knights.