A team-by-team look back at the best of the worst of the Big East this year.
After being shredded by West Virgina, Pittsburgh is shaking up its defense.
Miami, struggling on offense and mired in a two-game slump, is counting on a QB change to turn things around.
The Hokies' win over Miami put an end to the brutal criticism, but Virginia Tech still has something to prove.
The Hurricanes' defense can be summed up in one stat -- opponents convert only 18 percent of third downs.
Miami and Virginia Tech are on a collision course towards an epic showdown.
Miami's ground game -- already a concern -- took another hit with the loss of Frank Gore.
Last year's improvement raised expectations at West Virginia, but the Mountaineers are off to a rough start.
Miami is averaging 39.2 points in its first four games, but the offense has scored only 13 touchdowns.
A surprising loss to Toledo last week leave Pitt trying to regroup heading into a showdown with Texas A&M.
Hurricane Isabel's headed for the East Coast, but it's the Hurricanes from Miami that have BC's attention.
Brock Berlin went from goat to hero by engineering one of the most memorable comebacks in Miami history.
Miami may have the most talent, but the Big East finally have enough contenders to give the 'Canes a run.
Led by Miami's return to national prominence, the Big East is no longer a conference to be ridiculed.
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