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'11 Team Rankings: Big East

Since conference realignment took place back in 2004, either Pitt or West Virginia has won every Big East recruiting crown. In fact, in four of those six years since, the Panthers and Mountaineers claimed the top two spots in the team rankings. But 2011 is a different year and for the first ti...

'11 Predictions: Big East

Athlon Sports is in the predictions business. We are currently America’s oldest preseason College Football publication (1967) and have been the most accurate NCAA football predictor over the last five years. With this in mind, and the finale of the 2010 football season quickly approaching,...

The Big East's Best

Athlon will be awarding postseason honors to each BCS conference in the country. Today we look at the Big East’s best for 2010.For the sake of this exercise, the Heisman and Bednarik will function as MVP and Defensive Player of the Year awards. The Outland will be given to the offensive...

Big East Preview: Wk 14

Pittsburgh at Cincinnati, Saturday, noon ESTPittsburgh Panther coach Dave Wannstedt has insisted his team is playing for more than pride when his team visits Cincinnati on Saturday. And he’s correct. If Pitt wins, it will earn a piece of the Big East championship for only the second time in...

One More To Go

At the beginning of the season, Connecticut was looked upon as a dark horse to win the Big East football title. Today, the Huskies are the front-runners.With only three games remaining within the conference, three teams remain alive for the coveted BCS berth. Five could still lay claim to a share...

Up For Grabs

The countdown to the end of the Big East regular season is two weeks. And there are only two teams one can count out of the chase to at least capture a share of the conference title.Pittsburgh still has the best chance to grab the league’s BCS bowl, but Connecticut helped itself and others...

Big East Preview: Wk 12

West Virginia (6-3, 2-2) at Louisville (5-5, 2-3), Saturday, noon ESTSince Bill Stewart has taken over at West Virginia, his teams are 18–2 at home, 2–1 in neutral-site bowls — and 5–8 on the road. This week, he’s trying to relieve some of the pressure on his job...

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