The Big East's three-year ascent flatlined in '07, but the conference's only disappointment is the quality of its officials, writes Joe Starkey.
With only three weeks left to play, the Big East is still up for grabs with as many as seven teams having a shot at a share of the title, writes Joe Starkey.
It's no secret that Louisville and Rutgers have struggled. But at the midway point of the 2007 season, the conference isn't fairing as poorly as many have thought.
After an appalling defensive effort against Middle Tennessee, Louisville is hoping for a better performance against rival Kentucky.
It's not quite the SEC, but the Big East is a league that makes its points loud and clear -- and in terms of Heisman-quality star power, it is second to none.
Once the target of jokes, the Big East proved itself last season and is ready to shine again in 2007.
With spring practices under way, our Big East notebook addresses the big quarterback questions facing each team.
With spring practices underway, our Big East notebook addresses the big quarterback questions facing each team.
With spring practices getting started, our Big East notebook addresses the big questions facing each team.
Left for dead after the departures of Miami, Va. Tech and BC, the Big East conference is very much alive, Joe Starkey writes in the season overview.
The Big East bowl picture will become much clearer after Saturday's games between Rutgers and West Virginia, and Louisville and UConn.
For Rutgers to upset Louisville and continue its golden season, it will need Mike Teel to pass the ball well.
When two explosive offenses meet, one word comes to mind: shootout. But in the case of Louisville and West Virginia, the defenses are ranked just as highly, writes Joe Starkey.
A win over the Canes would go a long way to proving the Cardinals are ready to become a national power, writes Joe Starkey.
This week's Big East spring notebook takes a look at the quarterback situations at each school in the conference.