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  1. Unfamiliar foes: Cincinnati

    Matt Fortuna

    Today we kick off a new series that will take a team-by-team look at the marquee nonconference faces the Big East will see in the fall. Every regular reader of this blog knows about the Teddy Bridgewaters and Greg Blairs of the world, but who are som...

    Blog | June 17, 2013
  2. Big East weekend rewind: Week 9

    Matt Fortuna

    Down goes another undefeated. Here's the best, the worst and everything in between of the weekend that was in the Big East. The good: The ball is in Louisville's court. The Cardinals are the lone undefeated Big East team after withstanding Cincinn...

    Blog | October 29, 2012
  3. Rutgers implodes in loss to Kent State

    Matt Fortuna

    Everyone is counting on you now, Louisville. The Big East is down to one unbeaten team after Rutgers imploded in a 35-23 home loss Saturday to Kent State. Yes, Kent State. Yes, from the Mid-American Conference. The same MAC that has now b...

    Blog | October 27, 2012
  4. Setting up Saturday's Big East Slate

    Matt Fortuna

    Friday night has given way to Saturday morning, as we ready for three Big East games later in the day. As always, we'll have you covered from start to finish here, with analysis and observation coming on Twitter, so be sure to follow along there. ...

    Blog | October 27, 2012
  5. What to watch in the Big East: Week 9

    Matt Fortuna

    Here's what's worth keeping an eye on Friday and Saturday in the Big East. 1. Does Munchie put his money where his mouth is? Munchie Legaux took a step back in Cincinnati's loss at Toledo, but it hasn't hurt his confidence, as he said this week th...

    Blog | October 25, 2012
  6. Rutgers latest tasked with slowing Archer

    Matt Fortuna

    Rutgers is preparing this week to face an offensive and special-teams threat who netted 115 yards and two touchdowns this past Saturday. And that was on a bad day. A really, really bad by Dri Archer's standards. Kent State's all-purpose star...

    Blog | October 24, 2012