Wednesday, October 13, 2010

Big East Power Rankings, V. 6.0

NEW BRUNSWICK, NJ - SEPTEMBER 25: LeCount Fantroy  of the North Carolina Tar Heels watches as Mohamed Sanu  of the Rutgers Scarlet Knights is unable to catch a pass in the fourth quarter at Rutgers Stadium on September 25, 2010 in New Brunswick, New Jersey. The Tar Heels defeated the Scarlet Knights 17 - 13. (Photo by Andrew Burton/Getty Images)

1. West Virginia (4-1): Took care of business early last week against UNLV. Next Step…first conference game, hosting USF.

2. Syracuse (4-1): Statement win in Tampa as the Orange continue their fine play. Next Step…Another potential statement game, hosting Pitt.

3. Rutgers (3-2): New life for the Knights, as they now rely on a freshman QB. Next Step…Hosting Army.

4. Cincinnati (2-3): The Bearcats are finally looking like they should. Next Step…On the road at upstart Louisville.

5. Louisville (3-2): The Cards continue to play like they belong. Next Step…Big test at home against Cincinnati.

6. South Florida (3-2): BJ Daniels continues to mesmerize with his poor play. Next Step…on the road to face WVU.

7. Connecticut (3-3): The Huskies have absolutely no consistency. Next Step…A much needed bye week.

8. Pittsburgh (2-3): Probably won’t end up being the worst team in this league, but right now tough to put them higher. Next Step…Roadie at Syracuse.



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