Tuesday, September 22, 2009

Big East Power Rankings, Week 4

1. Cincinnati (3-0, 1-0): Fantastic weekend for the Bearcats, beating a tough Oregon State team in Corvallis. Next Step…A home game against a gutsy Fresno State team.

2. Pittsburgh (2-1, 0-0): Dealt nicely with key defensive injuries, and handled Navy’s option. Next Step…A tough road trip to Raleigh.

3. West Virginia (2-1, 0-0): 500 yards of offense…and a loss? Turnovers are haunting the Mountaineers. Next Step…Bye Week

4. UConn (2-1, 0-0): Huge victory on the road at Baylor. The Husky defense may be the most underrated in the country. Next Step…Hosting Rhode Island.

5. South Florida (3-0, 0-0): The Bulls won this weekend, but lost four-year starting QB Matt Grothe to a torn ACL. The season is now potentially on the brink. Next Step…An instate road game at FSU.

6. Rutgers (2-1, 0-0): Struggled a bit against an FIU team they should have whacked. Next Step…On the road to face a bad Maryland team.

7. Syracuse (1-2, 0-0): The offense has come together, as the Orange win for the first time this season. Next Step…A should-be win against UMaine.

8. Louisville (1-1, 0-0): Not a bad weekend, but mistakes continue to be a storyline. Next Step…Tough road game at Utah.



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