Wednesday, September 15, 2010

Big East Power Rankings V 2.0

1. West Virginia (2-0): This is a very weak number 1, but it’s not like anyone has been impressive in the league this year. Next Step…back home to face Maryland

2. Pittsburgh (1-1): Anything but impressive in a win over UNH. Dion Lewis still hasn’t shown up this season. Next Step…Bye Week

3. Cincinnati (1-1): Looked pitiful again in the first half, but came on to beat up on an FCS opponent. Next Step…Statement game Thursday night at NC State

4. Connecticut (1-1): Back on track after beating down Texas Southern. Next Step…Down to Philly to take on Temple.

5. South Florida (1-1): Too many mistakes offensively cost the Bulls a chance at beating Florida. Next Step…Bye Week

6. Syracuse (1-1): Disappointing second half at Washington, in a game which started perfectly for the Orange. Next Step…Hosting Umaine.

7. Rutgers (2-0): Unimpressive again in a win over FIU. The offense is MIA. Next Step…Bye Week

8. Louisville (1-1): Charlie Strong picks up his first win as Coach, as the Cardinals handle an FCS opponent. Next Step…tough trip to Corvallis to face Oregon State.



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