Wednesday, October 06, 2010

Big East Rankings V. 5.0

CINCINNATI - SEPTEMBER 25: Zach Collaros  of the Cincinnati Bearcats runs with the ball during the game against the Oklahoma Sooners at Paul Brown Stadium on September 25, 2010 in Cincinnati, Ohio. (Photo by Andy Lyons/Getty Images)

1. West Virginia (3-1): Hopefully spent the bye week looking for a new offensive line. Next Step…Home against UNLV.

2. Syracuse (3-1): It’s a hesitant number two, but they don’t have a bad loss yet. Next Step…Huge roadie at South Florida.

3. South Florida (3-1): The wins haven’t been impressive, but they have been wins. Next Step…Hosting Syracuse.

4. Connecticut (3-2): This is a completely different team with Cody Endres at Quarterback. Next Step…On the road at Rutgers.

5. Cincinnati (1-3): Coming off the bye, the Bearcats look to turn this season around. Next Step…Should-be win against Miami of Ohio.

6. Pittsburgh (2-3): Still looking for offensive balance, though the run game is taking off. Next Step…Off to South Bend to take on Notre Dame.

7. Rutgers (2-3): 77 points in four games? That is pathetic. Next Step…Hosting Connecticut.

8. Louisville (2-3): This team is actually playing fairly well. Next Step…Looking for back-to-back wins, hosting Memphis.



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