Wednesday, September 22, 2010

Big East Power Rankings V. 3.0

SEATTLE - SEPTEMBER 11: Head coach Doug Marrone of the Syracuse Orange looks on during the game against the Washington Huskies on September 11, 2010 at Husky Stadium in Seattle, Washington. The Huskies defeated the Orange 41-20. (Photo by Otto Greule Jr/Getty Images)

1. West Virginia (3-0): A better performance this week, but still not playing to potential. Next Step…Tough night game at LSU

2. Pittsburgh (1-1): Still looking for a way to get Dion Lews going, and keeping the defense healthy. Next Step…Huge Thursday night game against Miami.

3. South Florida (1-1): Hopefully using the week off to find some receivers. Next Step...A should-be win over Western Kentucky at home.

4. Rutgers (2-0): Used the bye week to hopefully find an offense. Next Step…Big home game against UNC.

5. Syracuse (2-1): Slow start, but a solid finish for the Orange this week in a win over Maine. Next Step…Another FCS showdown against Colgate.

6. Connecticut (1-2): Another dismal performance in a loss to Temple. Next Step…Trying to find a passing game while hosting Buffalo.

7. Cincinnati (1-2): Inconsistent offense, and a weak defense equal pathetic play. Next Step…Getting smacked around at home by Oklahoma.

8. Louisville (1-2): Respectable loss to Oregon State, but still a step below the pack. Next Step…Bye Week.



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