Wednesday, September 29, 2010

Big East Rankings V. 4,0

BATON ROUGE, LA - SEPTEMBER 25: Quarterback Geno Smith  of the West Virginia Mountaineers looks to throw a pass against the Louisiana State University Tigers at Tiger Stadium on September 25, 2010 in Baton Rouge, Louisiana. (Photo by Chris Graythen/Getty Images)

1. West Virginia (3-1): Let down by the coaching staff once again, with another game on the line. Next Step…Bye Week

2. Syracuse (3-1): No offense to Syracuse, but they shouldn’t be number two in the Big East. Not yet. This league is down! Next Step…Bye Week

3. Cincinnati (1-3): They outplayed Oklahoma, but were let down by mistakes. The Bearcats could be back. Next Step…Bye Week

4. South Florida (2-1): Still under-performing under the Skip Holtz regime. Next Step…Hosting Florida Atlantic.

5. Rutgers (3-1): The defense continues to play well…the offense continues to struggle. Next Step…Hosting Tulane.

6. Connecticut (2-2): Cody Endres taking over at quarterback could be the boost the Huskies need to get back at it. Next Step…Hosting Vanderbilt.

7. Pittsburgh (1-2): Can the Panthers really be this bad? Can they stop getting arrested? Next Step…Hosting Florida International.

8. Louisville (1-2): The Cardinals are looking to build off their good performance at Oregon State. Next Step…A must win on the road at Arkansas State.



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