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  1. Big East and the NFL draft: Historic day for three schools

    Brian Bennett

    Posted by's Brian Bennett Twenty-seven Big East products had their name called over the weekend in the NFL draft. Three league schools had their best drafts ever. Cincinnati had six players taken, the most of any Big East team and the ...

    Blog | April 27, 2009
  2. Mailbag: Memphis and more expansion talk

    Brian Bennett

    Posted by's Brian Bennett Ho, ho, ho. It's almost Christmastime, so let's open up Santa's, er, my mailbag. As always, visions of expansion are dancing in my readers' heads: Jim R. from Pittsburgh writes: Regarding Memphis ... I don't see whe...

    Blog | December 23, 2008
  3. First quarter: Pittsburgh 21, Navy 7

    Brian Bennett

    Posted by's Brian Bennett ANNAPOLIS, Md. -- The 16-day layoff hasn't hurt Pitt's offense one bit. Three possessions, three touchdowns for the Panthers, who had their best first quarter of the season. And it's so important to get ahead of Nav...

    Blog | October 18, 2008
  4. Pitt's big opportunity

    Brian Bennett

    Posted by's Brian Bennett Pitt was the "it" team in the Big East this summer. The Panthers were the wise-guy dark horse pick to win the league. They started the season in the Top 25 despite coming off a 5-7 year and not having gone to a bowl...

    Blog | October 02, 2008
  5. Pitt's Stephens-Howling happy to play second banana

    Brian Bennett

    Posted by's Brian Bennett Charles LeClaire/Getty Images LaRod Stephens-Howling ranks eighth in the Big East in all-purpose yards with 101.8 per game. LeSean McCoy's star-making debut for Pittsburgh season was a great s...

    Blog | September 30, 2008
  6. What we learned in the Big East, Week 5

    Brian Bennett

    Posted by's Brian Bennett Here's what we learned from the weekend's six Big East games: 1. South Florida can play a complete game. The nagging question surrounding the Bulls was their continued lapses and erratic play. But against N.C. Sta...

    Blog | September 28, 2008
  7. McCoy breaks free as Pitt survives

    Brian Bennett

    Posted by's Brian Bennett LeSean McCoy finally burst past the 100-yard mark in a game, going for 149 yards on 28 carries against Syracuse. But it was backfield mate LaRod Stephens-Howling who scored two touchdowns as the Panthers rallied fro...

    Blog | September 27, 2008