Whether good tacklers are born or made is a defender's version of nature vs. nurture. Whichever way you lean, Pitt's Scott McKillop qualifies.
With playmaking QB Pat White still at the helm, West Virginia enters spring practice on top of the Big East power rankings.
With spring practice about to kick off, Mark Schlabach breaks down the stories worth tracking.
With underclassmen declared for the NFL draft and signing day in the books, it's time for a revised look at the Top 25 for 2008.
Though it's struggled under Dave Wannstedt, Pitt is still recruiting the best in the Big East, write Craig Haubert in his conference overview.
In a season defined by upsets, Pittsburgh came up with an enormous one, beating the second-ranked Mounatineers 13-9 Saturday night to throw another curveball at the BCS.
Pitt scripted a title-killing, torture-chamber night in Morgantown on Saturday to reduce the Backyard Brawl to a backyard bawl for No. 2 West Virginia.
Dave Wannstedt and Rich Rodriguez know better than anyone how heated the Backyard Brawl can be. But even these coaches (and former players) admit the stakes are higher in the 100th edition.
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.
The Big East enjoyed a banner season in 2006. What can the conference do for an encore in 2007?
USC? Still hot. Notre Dame? Not so much. What else is hot (and not) for the 2007 college football season? Mark Schlabach has the answers.
Ivan Maisel and Mark Schlabach share the three things they can't wait to see this fall in the Big East.
Take a look at the Big East questions that were answered this spring and the problems that linger heading into the fall.
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.