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2010 StandingS
                                                                        BIG EAST                                                                             OVERALL
School	                                          W-l	       	Pct	      PF	    PA	             h	        A	                  W-l	       	Pct	      PF	       PA	    h	    A	    N	   StreAk
Connecticut BCS                                  5-2        .714       150    133            3-0       2-2                  8-5        .615       343       286   6-0   2-4   0-1    Lost 1
West Virginia                                    5-2        .714       171     85            3-1       2-1                  9-4        .692       327       176   6-1   3-2   0-1    Lost 1
Pittsburgh                                       5-2        .714       189    123            2-1       3-1                  8-5        .615       342       247   4-2   3-3   1-0    Won 2
Syracuse                                         4-3        .571       116    136            0-3       4-0                  8-5        .615       288       251   2-4   5-1   1-0    Won 1
USF                                              3-4        .429       131    147            1-3       2-1                  8-5        .615       313       260   4-3   3-2   1-0    Won 1
Louisville                                       3-4        .429       155    129            1-3       2-1                  7-6        .538       343       252   3-4   3-2   1-0    Won 2
Cincinnati                                       2-5        .286       178    237            1-3       1-2                  4-8        .333       325       336   3-4   1-4   0-0    Lost 2
Rutgers                                          1-6        .143       150    250            1-2       0-4                  4-8        .333       250       318   3-4   1-4   0-0    Lost 6

Final	Associated	Press	top	25: rv - West Virginia, Connecticut
Final USA Today	top	25: rv - West Virginia, Connecticut
Final	harris	Interactive	top	25: 21 - West Virginia; rv - Connecticut, USF


BOWL RESULtS                                                             OFFEnSiVE PLaYER OF tHE YEaR
Beef	‘o’	Brady’s	Bowl	St.	Petersburg	•	Dec.	21                           Jordan	todman	•	Jr.	•	rB	•	connecticut	•	North	Dartmouth,	Mass.
louisville	31,	Southern	Mississippi	28                                   Todman finished the 2010 season ranked second nationally in rushing, averaging 143.1 yards per
louisville: Justin Burke, 20-of-32, 178 yards, 2 TDs; Bilal Powell,      game. He ran for 1,695 yards and 14 touchdowns, leading the BIG EAST in both categories, and
18 att., 75 yards, 1 TD; Doug Beaumont, 7 rec., 57 yards; Brandon        went for at least 100 yards 10 times in 12 games. He had at least one rushing touchdown in eight
Heath, 11 tackles, 1 sack.                                               games and had two games with three rushing touchdowns.

champs	Sports	Bowl	•	Dec.	28
North	carolina	State	23,	West	Virginia	7
West	Virginia: Geno Smith, 22-of-39, 196 yards, 1 TD, 1 INT;
                                                                         dEFEnSiVE PLaYER OF tHE YEaR
12 att., 59 yards; Jock Sanders, 5 rec., 58 yards; J.T. Thomas,          Jabaal	Sheard	•	Sr.	•	De	•	Pittsburgh	•	hollywood	hills,	Pa.
10 tackles; Bruce Irvin, 2 sacks.                                        Sheard was the focal point of opposing offensive lines, yet still finished the 2010 season with
                                                                         nine sacks and 14.5 tackles for loss, ranking second in the BIG EAST in both categories. He
New	era	Pinstripe	Bowl	•	Dec.	30                                         had four forced fumbles, 15 quarterback hurries, a fumble recovery and four pass breakups
Syracuse	36,	kansas	State	34                                             to go with 52 tackles.
Syracuse: Delone Carter, 27 att., 198 yards, 2 TDs; Ryan Nassib,
13-of-21, 239 yards, 3 TDs; Marcus Sales, 5 rec., 172 yards, 3
TDs; Derrell Smith, 11 tackles.
                                                                         SPEciaL tEamS PLaYER OF tHE YEaR
Meineke	car	care	Bowl	•	Dec.	31
                                                                         lindsey	lamar	•	So.	•	Wr	•	USF	•	tampa,	Fla.
USF	31,	clemson	26
                                                                         Lamar averaged 26.5 yards on 34 kickoff returns in the 2010 season, leading the BIG EAST with
USF: B.J. Daniels, 20-of-27, 189 yards, 2 TDs, 1 INT; Moise
Plancher, 14 att., 50 yards, 1 TD; Lindsey Lamar, 5 rec., 40 yards;      903 yards and two touchdowns. He finished the regular season with 1,101 all-purpose yards and
Quenton Washington, 1 INT, 45 yards; 1 blocked kick.                     had six games with at least 100 all-purpose yards.

tostitos	Fiesta	Bowl	•	Jan.	1
oklahoma	48,	connecticut	20
connecticut: Jordan Todman, 32 att., 121 yards; Zach Frazer,
                                                                         ROOKiE OF tHE YEaR
19-of-39, 223 yards, 2 INT; Kashif Moore, 4 rec., 62 yards; Scott        hakeem	Smith	•	rFr.	•	SS	•	louisville	•	Jonesboro,	Ga.
Lutrus, 11 tackles.                                                      Smith, who made 12 starts at strong safety as a freshman, was the leading tackler on a resurgent
                                                                         Louisville defense in 2010. He led the Cardinals with 88 tackles, anchoring a defense that ranked
BBVA	compass	Bowl	•	Jan.	8                                               fourth in the BIG EAST in points allowed (19.4 ppg) and yards allowed (309.6 ypg). Louisville was
Pittsburgh	27,	kentucky	10                                               next-to-last in the BIG EAST in both categories last year.
Pittsburgh: Dion Lewis, 22 att., 105 yards, 1 TD; Tino Sunseri,
9-of-19, 96 yards, 1 TD, 1 INT; Dom DeCicco, 9 tackles, 1 FF;
Dan Hutchins, 2-2 FG, 2-2 PAT; 39.3 punting average.
                                                                         cOacHES OF tHE YEaR
                                                                         randy	edsall	•	connecticut
                                                                         Edsall turned the Huskies around to win the last five games of the regular season and claim a share
                                                                         of the BIG EAST championship. Connecticut earned its second BIG EAST title in four years and was
                                                                         awarded the conference’s BCS bid, sending the Huskies to the Tostitos Fiesta Bowl.

                                                                         charlie	Strong	•	louisville
                                                                         Strong took over a team that had finished last in the BIG EAST in each of the past two seasons,
                                                                         and was picked last in the 2010 preseason media poll, and brought the Cardinals back to the
                                                                         postseason for the first time since 2006.
 Big EaSt nOtEBOOK


Stretch	run                                                  We’re All In                                              coming	Back	For	More
Under its current alignment, which is in its sixth season,   The BIG EAST is the only Division I conference that has   The top six quarterbacks in the BIG EAST, in terms of
the BIG EAST is a combined 186-79 in nonleague games         seen each of its members play in at least one bowl        passing yards per game, are expected to return for
(.702). That stands as the best six-year nonleague           game in the past two seasons. The BIG EAST is also the    the 2011 season.
record in the history of the conference.                     only league in which each team has at least one bowl          Player	                       Yards/Game
    BIG	eASt	Nonconference	record                            win in the last four years.                                   Zach Collaros, Cincinnati           263.8
    Includes	Bowl	Games                                                                                                    Geno Smith, West Virginia           212.5
    Year		     Won		 lost		 tied		              Pct.         When	It	counts                                                Tino Sunseri, Pittsburgh            197.8
    1991         33      21       0            .611          The BIG EAST has the second-best postseason record            Ryan Nassib, Syracuse               179.5
    1992         27      21       2            .560          of any Bowl Subdivision conference during the Bowl            Chas Dodd, Rutgers                  148.8
    1993         23      12       1            .653          Championship Series era.                                      B.J. Daniels, USF                   140.4
    1994         22      15       0            .595          	 Bowl	records	(1998-2010)
    1995         15      20       0            .429          	 conference	          W	       l	      Pct.              Depth	Perception
    1996         20      17       0            .541              Mountain West      29      17       .630              The BIG EAST was the only conference that saw each of
    1997         13      24       0            .351          	 BIG	eASt	            40	     25	      .615              its members win at least four games in 2010.
    1998         19      17       0            .528              SEC                61      44       .581
    1999         19      18       0            .514              Pac-10             35      36       .493              carrying	over
    2000         28       9       0            .757              Big 12             48      50       .490              Connecticut will take a five-game BIG EAST winning
    2001         26      12       0            .684              ACC                43      47       .478              streak into the 2011 season. The Huskies, who were
    2002         30      16       0            .652              Big Ten            41      48       .461              3-4 in their first seven games in 2010, closed the regular
    2003         27      18       0            .600              WAC                21      26       .447              season with five straight victories to claim their first
    2004         23      16       0            .590              Sun Belt            7       9       .438              Bowl Championship Series appearance.
    2005         20      16       0            .556              MAC                15      22       .405
    2006         37       8       0            .822              Conference USA     25      39       .391              Consistency
    2007         32      13       0            .711                                                                    West Virginia tied Connecticut and Pittsburgh for
    2008         33      14       0            .702          chart	toppers                                             the BIG EAST regular-season title, marking the ninth
    2009         36      10       0            .783          The BIG EAST had five running backs finish among the      consecutive year that the Mountaineers have finished
    2010         28      18       0            .600          top 35 in the nation in rushing yards per game. Con-      either first or second in the BIG EAST standings.
    total		     511	    315	      3		          .618          necticut’s Jordan Todman was second nationally, while
    2005-	      186	     79	      0	           .702          Louisville’s Bilal Powell was 11th.                       Mark	this	Date
                                                               YPG	       Player,	School	          National	rank       Pittsburgh won a share of its second BIG EAST title
Where	We	Stand                                                 141.3 Jordan Todman, Connecticut               2nd      with a win against Cincinnati in the regular-season
Since 2006, the BIG EAST ranks second among FBS                117.1 Bilal Powell, Louisville                11th      finale. It was the second straight year that in which the
conferences in nonconference winning percentage.               93.6       Isaiah Pead, Cincinnati            29th      Pittsburgh-Cincinnati winner claimed at least a share
	 Nonconference	records	(2006-10)                              94.6       Delone Carter, Syracuse            25th      of the BIG EAST title.
	 conference	          W	      l	       Pct.                   88.4       Dion Lewis, Pittsburgh             35th
    SEC               228     55        .806                                                                           orange	Bounce	Back
    BIG	eASt	         166	    63	       .725                 every	Vote	counts                                         Syracuse registered its first winning season since 2001
    Big 12            201     78        .720                 Connecticut running back Jordan Todman was unani-         after going 8-5 this season. The Orange played in their
    Big Ten           179     78        .696                 mously chosen as the BIG EAST Offensive Player of the     first bowl game since 2004, defeating Kansas State
    Pac-10            115     67        .632                 Year. Todman is the first unanimous choice as the BIG     36-34 in the first New Era Pinstripe Bowl at Yankee
    ACC               175    106        .623                 EAST’s top offensive player since Miami’s Gino Torretta   Stadium.
    Mountain West     117     88        .571                 in 1992, when Torretta won the Heisman Trophy.
    WAC               104    108        .491                                                                           to	the	Victor	Go	the	Spoils
    Conference USA 104       165        .387                 No	Surprise                                               Six of the eight current BIG EAST teams have won
    MAC               85     195        .304                 Pittsburgh defensive end Jabaal Sheard became the         at least a share of the BIG EAST title in the last six
    Sun Belt          43     151        .215                 fourth Pitt player in the last three years — and the      years.
                                                             fifth in the last five years — to be named BIG EAST       	 Year	      BIG	eASt	champion
crowd	control                                                Defensive Player of the Year.                                 2004     Pittsburgh, Syracuse,
The average attendance at BIG EAST stadiums in 2010                                                                                 West Virginia, Boston College
been 45,053, which stands as the second-best mark            New	Faces                                                     2005     West Virginia
in conference history. The best year at the turnstiles       Two BIG EAST schools announced head coaching                  2006     Louisville
for BIG EAST teams was in 2003, when the conference          changes following the 2010 season. Todd Graham, the           2007     West Virginia, Connecticut
averaged 47,292 spectators.                                  former Tulsa head coach, was hired to replace Dave            2008     Cincinnati
                                                             Wannstedt at Pittsburgh, and Paul Pasqualoni was              2009     Cincinnati
Bowling	trophies                                             named head coach at Connecticut, replacing Randy              2010     Connecticut, Pittsburgh, West Virginia
The BIG EAST was a combined 4-2 in bowl games                Edsall. Pasqualoni, who went 62-33 in BIG EAST games
in the 2010-11 season. It was the fifth consecutive          at Syracuse from 1991-2004, has more BIG EAST wins
season in which the BIG EAST had a winning record            than any other coach.
in the postseason.
taLKing POintS

cINcINNAtI                                          LOUISVILLE                                         RUTGERS                                            SYRACUSE
(4-8,	2-5)                                          (7-6,	3-4)                                         (4-8,	1-6)                                         (8-5,	4-3)


BIG EAST Ranks                                      BIG EAST Ranks                                     BIG EAST Ranks                                     BIG EAST Ranks
Total Offense ..................417.3 ....... 1st   Total Offense ..................368.9 .......3rd   Total Offense ..................294.9 .......8th   Total Offense ..................322.8 .......6th
Total Defense ..................369.4 .......7th    Total Defense ..................309.6 .......4th   Total Defense ..................374.2 .......8th   Total Defense ..................301.5 ......2nd
Scoring Offense ...............27.1 ........ 1st    Scoring Offense ...............26.4 .......2nd     Scoring Offense ...............20.8 ........8th    Scoring Offense ...............22.2 ........7th
Scoring Defense ...............28.0 ........8th     Scoring Defense ...............19.4 ........4th    Scoring Defense ...............26.5 ........7th    Scoring Defense ...............19.3 ........3rd

•   Cincinnati lost five of its last six            •   Louisville reached a bowl game                 •   Rutgers finished the regular season            •   Syracuse registered its first winning
    games to finish seventh in the BIG                  for the first time since 2006 as the               with six consecutive losses after                  season since 2001, capping the
    EAST standings.                                     Cardinals won the Beef ‘O’ Brady’s                 falling at West Virginia in the season             year with a 36-34 win against Kan-
                                                        owl St. Petersburg in Charlie Strong’s             finale.                                            sas State in the New Era Pinstripe
•   QB Zach Collaros led the BIG EAST                   first year as head coach.                                                                             Bowl.
    in passing (263.8 yards per game),                                                                 •   The Scarlet Knights ended a streak
    touchdown passes (26) and total                 •   Louisville allowed 30 or more points               of five consecutive bowl-qualifying            •   The Orange went 0-3 at home and
    offense (282.2 yards per game).                     six times in 2009, but allowed just                seasons.                                           4-0 on the road in seven BIG EAST
                                                        two opponents to score more than                                                                      games. It is the first time in BIG EAST
•   WR Armon Binns had 1,101 receiv-                    30 points in 2010.                             •   WR Mark Harrison had nine touch-                   history that a team won all of its
    ing yards and was the only BIG EAST                                                                    down receptions in 2010, finishing                 road games and lost all of its home
    player to surpass 1,000 yards in the            •   RB Bilal Powell ranked 11th nation-                one shy of the school’s single-season              games in conference play.
    regular season.                                     ally and was second in the BIG EAST                record.
                                                        in rushing at 117.1 yards per game.                                                               •   RB Delone Carter rushed for 1,233
•   RB Isaiah Pead finished with 1,029                                                                 •   LB Antonio Lowery had 108 tackles                  yards and nine touchdowns.
    rushing yards, marking the third                •   S Hakeem Smith was named BIG                       in 2010, the most by a Rutgers player
    time in school history that Cincinnati              EAST Rookie of the Year. Smith led all             since Courtney Greene had 116 in               •   LB Derrell Smith had 114 tackles and
    has had a 1,000-yard rusher and                     BIG EAST freshmen in tackles (88).                 the 2005 season.                                   ranked fourth in the BIG EAST at 8.8
    a 1,000-yard receiver in the same                                                                                                                         tackles per game.
    season.                                         •   QB Justin Burke, who took over for             •   Rutgers was held to 14 points or
                                                        the injured Adam Froman, threw 10                  fewer five times in 2010.                      •   K Ross Krautman set a BIG EAST
                                                        touchdown passes and just three                                                                       record by making 94.7 percent of
                                                        interceptions in 2010.                                                                                his field goal attempts (18 of 19).




coNNectIcUt                                         PIttSBUrGh                                         USF                                                WeSt	VIrGINIA
(8-5,	5-2)                                          (8-5,	5-2)                                         (8-5,	3-4)                                         (9-4,	5-2)


BIG EAST Ranks                                      BIG EAST Ranks                                     BIG EAST Ranks                                     BIG EAST Ranks
Total Offense ..................325.8 .......5th    Total Offense ..................366.9 .......4th   Total Offense ..................309.4 .......7th   Total Offense ..................372.7 ......2nd
Total Defense ...................36.8 ........6th   Total Defense ..................305.1 .......3rd   Total Defense ..................317.9 .......5th   Total Defense ..................261.1 ....... 1st
Scoring Offense ...............26.4 .......2nd      Scoring Offense ...............26.3 ........4th    Scoring Offense ...............24.1 ........6th    Scoring Offense ...............25.2 ........5th
Scoring Defense ...............22.0 ........6th     Scoring Defense ...............19.0 .......2nd     Scoring Defense ...............20.0 ........5th    Scoring Defense ...............13.5 ........ 1st

•   Connecticut earned the BIG EAST’s               •   Pittsburgh claimed a share of its              •   USF capped Skip Holtz’ first season            •   West Virginia earned a share of the
    Bowl Championship Series bid with                   second BIG EAST championship with                  as head coach with a 31-26 win                     BIG EAST championship with the
    a 19-16 win at USF in the regular-                  a 28-10 win at Cincinnati to close the             against Clemson in the Meikeke Car                 35-14 win against Rutgers in the
    season finale.                                      regular season.                                    Care Bowl.                                         regular-season finale.

•   Connecticut finished in a three-way             •   The Panthers’ only other BIG EAST              •   Holtz mae his third straight bowl ap-          •   West Virginia has won or shared the
    tie atop the BIG EAST standings, but                championship came in 2004, when                    pearance after taking East Carolina                BIG EAST title five times in the last
    won the league’s tiebreaker based                   Pittsburgh was part of a four-way tie              to the AutoZone Liberty Bowl in                    eight years. The Mountaineers have
    on head-to-head wins against West                   atop the conference standings.                     2008 and 2009.                                     won six BIG EAST titles.
    Virginia and Pittsburgh.
                                                    •   DE Jabaal Sheard was named BIG                 •   The Bulls won five of their last seven         •   West Virginia was the only team in
•   Connecticut won its second BIG                      EAST Defensive Player of the Year,                 games.                                             the nation that did not allowed more
    EAST title in four years. The Huskies               becoming the fourth Pittsburgh                                                                        than 21 points in a regular-season
    tied West Virginia for the title in                 player to be so named in the last              •   After throwing 10 interceptions in                 game.
    2007.                                               three years (two Pitt players shared               his first six games, QB B.J. Daniels
                                                        the honor in 2009).                                threw seven touchdown passes with              •   The Mountaineers ranked second
•   RB Jordan Todman, the unanimous                                                                        just three picks in his last six.                  nationally in scoring defense and
    BIG EAST Offensive Player of the                •   Pittsburgh named former Tulsa                                                                         third in total defense and rushing
    Year, finished the regular season                   coach Todd Graham as the Panthers              •   WR Lindsey Lamar became the                        defense.
    ranked second nationally in rushing                 head man after the season.                         second USF player to be named BIG
    (143.1 yards per game).                                                                                EAST Special Teams Player of the               •   With this year’s championship,
                                                    •   Pittsburgh was a 27-10 winner                      Year after he averaged 26.6 yards                  West Virginia has finished no lower
•   Connecticut named former Syra-                      against Kentucky in the BBVA Com-                  on kickoff returns with two touch-                 than second in the BIG EAST in nine
    cuse head coach Paul Pasqualoni                     pass Bowl to give the Panthers their               downs. Lamar finished with 1,101                   consecutive seasons.
    to replace Randy Edsall. Pasqualoni                 second straight postseason victory.                all-purpose yards in 2010.
    holds the BIG EAST record with 62
    conference wins from 1994-2001.
natiOnaL POLLS
               Associated	Press	Poll                                          USA	today	Poll                                         harris	Interactive	Poll
Final	ranking                                              Final	ranking                                               Final	ranking
	     	 School	                       record	     Pts      	     	 School	                         record	     Pts     	     	 School	                         record	     Pts
   1. Auburn (56)                      14-0     1,472         1. Auburn (56)                        14-0     1,424        1. Auburn (75)                        13-0     2,809
   2. TCU (3)                          13-0     1,392         2. TCU (1)                            13-0     1,336        2. Oregon (38)                        12-0     2,773
   3. Oregon                           12-1     1,379         3. Oregon                             12-1     1,333        3. Texas Christian (1)                12-0     2,613
   4. Stanford                         12-1     1,300         4. Stanford                           12-1     1,254        4. Wisconsin                          11-1     2,443
   5. Ohio State                       12-1     1,220         5. Ohio State                         12-1     1,197        5. Stanford                           11-1     2,421
   6. Oklahoma                         12-2     1,108         6. Oklahoma                           12-2     1,096        6. Ohio State                         11-1     2,293
   7. Wisconsin                        11-2     1,055         7. Boise State                        12-1     1,012        7. Michigan State                     11-1     2,104
   8. Louisiana State                  11-2     1,051         8. Louisiana State                    11-2     1,007        8. Arkansas                           10-2     1,992
   9. Boise State                      12-1     1,031         8. Wisconsin                          11-2     1,007        9. Oklahoma                           11-2     1,926
  10. Alabama                          10-3       961        10. Oklahoma State                     11-2       883       10. Boise State                        11-1     1,800
  11. Nevada                           13-1       866        11. Alabama                            10-3       860       11. Louisiana State                    10-2     1,625
  12. Arkansas                         10-3       863        12. Arkansas                           10-3       818       12. Virginia Tech                      11-2     1,623
  13. Oklahoma State                   11-2       833        13. Nevada                             13-1       734       13. Missouri                           10-2     1,368
  14. Michigan State                   11-2       696        14. Michigan State                     11-2       676       14. Nevada                             12-1     1,302
  15. Mississippi State                 9-4       578        15. Virginia Tech                      11-3       636       15. Oklahoma State                     10-2     1,232
  16. Virginia Tech                    11-3       577        16. Florida State                      10-4       506       16. Alabama                            9-3      1,155
  17. Florida State                    10-4       502        17. Mississippi State                   9-4       505       17. Nebraska                           10-3     1,136
  18. Missouri                         10-3       477        18. Missouri                           10-3       473       18. Texas A&M                          9-3      1,077
  19. Texas A&M                         9-4       359        19. Nebraska                           10-4       354       19. Utah                               10-2       685
  20. Nebraska                         10-4       334        20. Central Florida                    11-3       328       20. South Carolina                      9-4       631
  21. Central Florida                  11-3       225        21. Texas A&M                           9-4       277     	 21.	 West	Virginia	                     9-3	      519
  22. South Carolina                    9-5       169        22. South Carolina                      9-5       181       22. Mississippi State                   8-4       500
  23. Maryland                          9-4       144        23. Utah                               10-3       156       23. Florida State                       9-4       274
  24. Tulsa                            10-3       128        24. Maryland                            9-4       111       24. Hawaii                             10-3       191
  25. North Carolina State              9-4       119        25. North Carolina State                9-4        94       25. Central Florida                    10-3       190

receiving	votes: Utah 98, Iowa 54, San Diego State         receiving	 votes:	 Northern Illinois 82, Tulsa 41, San      receiving	votes:	connecticut	128, Maryland 70, Navy
52, Northern Illinois 47, Miami (Ohio) 21, Florida 19,     Diego State 36, West	 Virginia	 35, Iowa 31, Miami          50, Tulsa 26, Northern Illinois 24, Iowa 16, Arizona 16,
West	Virginia	16, Notre Dame 9, connecticut	8, Air         (Ohio) 13, Florida 10, connecticut	7, Air Force 4, Hawaii   Notre Dame 11, North Carolina State 8, San Diego State
Force 5, Navy 3, Hawaii 2, Brigham Young 1, Eastern        4, Notre Dame 3, Washington 1.                              7, Miami (Ohio) 6, Air Force 4, USF 2.
Washington 1.




WEEK-BY-WEEK in tHE natiOnaL POLLS
The BIG EAST has been a regular presence in the national rankings since the league first kicked off in 1991. Below is a weekly look at each team’s spot in the Associated
Press, USA Today and Harris Interactive polls in 2010. The USA Today and Harris Interactive polls are both components of the Bowl Championship Series selection process,
while the AP poll is not included in the BCS process. The Associated Press and USA Today polls begin with preseason rankings, while the Harris Interactive poll begins
the week of Oct. 10.

Rankings are listed as AP/USA Today until Sept. 19 and AP/USA Today/Harris Interactive from Oct. 10 to Dec. 5. The final rankings are listed as AP/USA Today.

                            cincinnati	     connecticut	        louisville	        rutgers	        Pittsburgh	           USF	         Syracuse	       West	Virginia
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  Nov.	21	                     -/-/-            -/-/-             -/-/-             -/-/-              -/-/-             -/-/-          -/-/rv          rv/rv/rv
  Nov.	28	                     -/-/-          rv/-/rv             -/-/-             -/-/-              -/-/-           -/rv/rv           -/-/-         23/24/23
  Dec.	5	                      -/-/-         25/rv/rv             -/-/-             -/-/-             rv/-/-            -/-/rv           -/-/-         22/21/21
  Final                          -/-           rv/rv               -/-               -/-                -/-               -/-             -/-             rv/rv
BOWL cHamPiOnSHiP SERiES
Final	Standings

BcS	Standings	                        harris	Interactive	                 USA Today	                                 computer	rankings	                          BcS
	      	                            rank	     Pts	     Pct.	         rank	 Pts	      Pct	              A&h	   B	    cM	 M	 S	 W	            Pct.	 rank	          Avg
1      Auburn                        1      2809      .9856           2     1437 .9742                  1     1      1   1    1    1      1.0000   1            .9866
2      Oregon                        2      2773      .9730           1     1450 .9831                  2     2      2   2    2    2       .9600   2            .9720
3      TCU                           3      2613      .9168           3     1348 .9139                  3     3      4   4    7    3       .9000   3            .9102
4      Stanford                      5      2421      .8495           5     1239 .8400                  8     7      5   5    4    5       .8200   5            .8365
5      Wisconsin                     4      2443      .8572           4     1276 .8651                  5     4     12 10 12 8             .6900   8            .8041
6      Ohio State                    6      2293      .8046           6     1200 .8136                  6     6      7  13 16 10           .6800   9            .7660
7      Oklahoma                      9      1926      .6758           8     1008 .6834                  4     11     3   6    5    6       .8300   4            .7297
8      Arkansas                      8      1992      .6989           8     1008 .6834                  9      8    11   3    3    4       .8000   6            .7274
9      Michigan State                7      2104      .7382           7     1104 .7485                  7     12     8  15 14 11           .5900   11           .6922
10     Boise State                   10     1800      .6316           10     914 .6197                  13     5     9  14 15 9            .5900   11           .6137
11     Louisiana State               11     1625      .5702           12     826 .5600                  11     9    10   7    6    7       .7100   7            .6134
12     Missouri                      13     1368      .4800           14     712 .4827                  10    18     6  11 9 12            .6200   10           .5276
13     Virginia Tech                 12     1623      .5695           11     900 .6102                  18    16    16 21 20 17            .3300   18           .5032
14     Oklahoma State                15     1232      .4323           13     718 .4868                  12    13    13   9 11 15           .5500   13           .4897
15     Nevada                        14     1302      .4568           15     640 .4339                  17    14    15 17 18 14            .4100   16           .4336
16     Alabama                       16     1155      .4053           18     521 .3532                  15    10    17 12 8 13             .5400   14           .4328
17     Texas A&M                     18     1077      .3779           17     542 .3675                  14    19    14   8 10 16           .5000   15           .4151
18     Nebraska                      17     1136      .3986           16     607 .4115                  16    17    18 16 13 18            .3700   17           .3934
19     Utah                          19      685      .2404           19     375 .2542                  20    15    19 19 21 19            .2700   19           .2549
20     South Carolina                20      631      .2214           20     345 .2339                  19    20    20 18 17 20            .2700   19           .2418
21     Mississippi State             22      500      .1754           22     255 .1729                  22    21    25 20 19 21            .2000   21           .1828
22	    West	Virginia	                21	     519	     .1821	          21	    261	 .1769	                24	     	   23	   	    	  24	      .0400	 24	           .1330
23     Florida State                 23      274      .0961           23     156 .1058                  21    22    21 24 24 23            .1400   22           .1140
24     Hawaii                        24      191      .0670           25     98    .0664                23    24    22 25         22       .1000   23           .0778
25     Central Florida               25      190      .0667           24     143 .0969                                                     .0000   28           .0545



Poll	eXPlANAtIoN	&	ABoUt	the	BcS:
To derive a team’s poll percentages in the Harris Interactive and USA Today polls, each team’s point total is divided by a maximum 2850 possible points in the Harris
Interactive Poll and 1475 possible points in the USA Today Poll. Teams are assigned a point total for each of their respective computer poll rankings to determine the
overall computer component. The highest and lowest ranking for each team is dropped, and the sum total of the remaining four rankings is divided by 100 (the maximum
possible points). This figure produces a Computer Rankings Percentage. The six computer ranking providers are Anderson & Hester (A&H), Richard Billingsley (B), Colley
Matrix (CM), Kenneth Massey (M), Jeff Sagarin (S) and Peter Wolfe (W). Each computer ranking accounts for schedule strength within its formula. The BCS Average is
calculated by averaging the percent totals of the Harris Interactive and USA Today Polls, and Computer rankings. The highest BCS Average receives the No. 1 ranking,
the second highest receives No. 2, and so forth.

The BCS is a five-game arrangement for post-season college football that is managed by the 11 Bowl Subdivision conferences and Notre Dame. Its purpose is to match
the two top-ranked teams in the final BCS standings in a national championship game and to create competitive match-ups in the four other BCS bowl games. For more
information, visit www.bcsfootball.org. The No. 1 and No. 2 teams in the Dec. 6 BCS standings will play in the Tostitos BCS National Championship Game Jan. 10, 2011 in
Glendale, Ariz. The winner of the game will be presented the American Football Coaches Association National Championship Trophy.
StatiSticaL RanKingS                                                                                                    REcORd BOOK
	                               oFFeNSe	                                              DeFeNSe                           A look at where current BIG EAST players rank among the
team	             rush	       Pass	  total	      Scoring	               rush	       Pass	  total		        Scoring       conference’s all-time leaders.
Cincinnati         5           1       1            1                    4           8       7               8
Connecticut        2           8       5            2                    7           7       6               6          Most	Yards	rushing	(career)
Louisville         1           4       3            2                    6           2       4               4          Avon Cobourne, West Virginia         5,039       1999-2002
Pittsburgh         3           3       4            4                    2           4       3               2          Ray Rice, Rutgers                    4,926         2005-07
Rutgers            8           4       8            8                    8           6       8               7          Pat White, West Virginia             4,480         2005-08
Syracuse           7           6       6            7                    5           1       2               3          NOEL DEVINE, West Virginia           4,317     2007-present
USF                6           7       7            6                    3           5       5               5          Steve Slaton, West Virginia          3,923         2005-07
West Virginia      4           2       2            5                    1           3       1               1          Amos Zereoue, West Virginia          3,907         1996-98
                                                                                                                        Donald Brown, Connecticut            3,800         2006-08
                                                                                                                        Derrick Knight, Boston College       3,725         2000-03
                                                                                                                        Mike Cloud, Boston College           3,597         1995-98
HOmE attEndancE                                                                                                         Kevin Jones, Virginia Tech
                                                                                                                        Walter Reyes, Syracuse
                                                                                                                                                             3,475
                                                                                                                                                             3,424
                                                                                                                                                                           2001-03
                                                                                                                                                                           2001-04
School	(capacity)	                 GP	          totAl	         AVG.	            lArGeSt	croWD
Cincinnati (35,000)                 7          245,472        35,067            58,253 (vs. Oklahoma)                   Most	kickoff	return	Yards	(career)
Connecticut (40,000)                6          230,818        38,470            40,000 (three times)                    Mardy Gilyard, Cincinnati            2,664    2005, 2007-09
Louisville (56,000)                 6          302,765        50,461            55,327 (vs. Kentucky)                   Will Blackmon, Boston College        2,314          2002-04
Pittsburgh (65,050)                 6          312,991        52,165            60,562 (vs. West Virginia)              Terrell Willis, Rutgers              2,063          1993-95
Rutgers (52,454)                    7          323,368        46,195            52,038 (vs. North Carolina)             Hank Poteat, Pittsburgh              1,917          1996-99
USF (65,897)                        7          285,946        40,849            43,844 (vs. Pittsburgh)                 Nate Jones, Rutgers                  1,902          2000-03
Syracuse (49,262)                   6          240.385        40,064            42,191 (vs. Boston College)             MAX SUTER, Syracuse                  1,900     2007-present
West Virginia (60,000)              8          446,046        55,756            60,122 (vs. Maryland)                   Jim Turner, Syracuse                 1,688          1994-97
                                                                                                                        Lowell Robinson, Pittsburgh          1,665          2006-07
2010	totAlS	                       53	        2,387,791	      45,053	           60,562	(Pittsburgh	vs.	West	Virginia)
                                                                                                                        Shawn Terry, West Virginia           1,656       1998-2001
                                                                                                                        DONTAVIA BOGAN, USF                  1,598     2007-present

tOP PERFORmancES                                                                                                        Most	Points	Scored	by	kicking	(career)
                                                                                                                        Jeremy Ito, Rutgers                 400            2004-07
                                                                                                                        Pat McAfee, West Virginia           384            2005-08
100-YArD	rUShING	GAMeS                                                                                                  Shayne Graham, Virginia Tech        371            1996-99
Player,	School,	Year	                                       2010	                      career                           JACOB ROGERS, Cincinnati            339            2007-10
Noel Devine, West Virginia, Sr.                               4                          19                             Nate Trout, Syracuse                334            1996-99
Jordan Todman, Connecticut, Jr.                              10                          15
Dion Lewis, Pittsburgh, So.                                   4                          14
Delone Carter, Syracuse, Sr.                                  5                          11                             Most	Yards	Punting
Bilal Powell, Louisville, Sr.                                 7                           8                             Brendan Carney, Syracuse             11,534        2003-06
Victor Anderson, Louisville, Jr.                              1                           7                             ROB LONG, Syracuse                   11,415        2007-10
Isaiah Pead, Cincinnati, Jr.                                  4                           5
Joe Martinek, Rutgers, Jr.                                    1                           5                             Most	receptions	(Season)
B.J. Daniels, USF, So.                                        1                           5                             Larry Fitzgerald, Pittsburgh          92              2003
Ray Graham, Pittsburgh, So.                                   3                           3                             Mardy Gilyard, Cincinnati             87              2009
Moise Plancher, USF, Sr.                                      2                           3                             Kenny Britt, Rutgers                  87              2008
Jourdan Brooks, Rutgers, Jr.                                                             3                              Dominick Goodman, Cincinnati          84              2008
Robbie Frey, Connecticut, Jr.                                2                           2                              Mardy Gilyard, Cincinnati             81              2008
Demetris Murray, USF, So.                                    2                           2                              Tres Moses, Rutgers                   81              2004
Mohamed Sanu, Rutgers, So.                                   1                           2                              JON BALDWIN, Pittsburgh               79              2009
Darrin Williams, Cincinnati, So.                             1                           1                              ARMON BINNS, Cincinnati               75              2010
Jeremy Deering, Rutgers, Fr.                                 1                           1                              Latef Grimm, Pittsburgh               75              1999
Zach Collaros, Cincinnati, Jr.                                                           1
Darius Ashley, Louisville, So.                                                           1                              Most	Field	Goals	(Season)
DeAntwan Williams, Rutgers, So.                                                          1                              DAVE TEGGART, Connecticut             25              2010
Kordell Young, Rutgers, Sr.                                                              1                              DAN HUTCHINS, Pittsburgh              23              2009
Aston Samuels, USF, Sr.                                                                  1
                                                                                                                        Sandro Sciortino, Boston College      23              2002
Antwon Bailey, Syracuse, Jr.                                                             1
Doug Hogue, Syracuse, Sr.                                                                1                              Jeremy Ito, Rutgers                   23              2007

100-YArD	receIVING	GAMeS                                                                                                Best	Field	Goal	Percentage	(Season)
Player,	School,	Year	                                       2010	                      career                           ROSS KRAUTMAN, Syracuse             94.7              2010
Jon Baldwin, Pittsburgh, Jr.                                  3                          11                             Dane Prewitt, Miami                 92.9              1994
Armon Binns, Cincinnati, Sr.                                  6                           9                             Chris Ferencik, Pittsburgh          92.3              1995
D.J. Woods, Cincinnati, Jr.                                   3                           4
Marcus Barnett, Cincinnati, Sr.                               1                           3
Doug Beaumont, Louisville, Sr.                                1                           3
Mohamed Sanu, Rutgers, So.                                                               3
Michael Smith, Connecticut, Jr.                              2                           2
Mark Harrison, Rutgers, So.                                  2                           2
Tavon Austin, West Virginia, So.                             2                           2
Alec Lemon, Syracuse, So.                                    1                           2
Van Chew, Syracuse, Jr.                                      1                           1
Jeremy Deering, Rutgers, Fr.                                 1                           1
Brad Starks, West Virginia, Jr.                              1                           1
Josh Bellamy, Louisville, Jr.
Ben Guidugli, Cincinnati, Sr.                                                             1
A.J. Love, USF, Sr.                                                                       1
Jock Sanders, West Virginia, Sr.                                                          1

300-YArD	PASSING	GAMeS
Player,	School,	Year	                                       2010	                      career
Zach Collaros, Cincinnati, Jr.                                4                          5
Chas Dodd, Rutgers, Fr.                                       2                          2
Geno Smith, West Virginia, So.                                2                          2
Adam Froman, Louisville, Sr.                                  1                          1
Tino Sunseri, Pittsburgh, So.                                 1                          1
Marcus Sales, Syracuse, Jr.                                   1                          1
Cody Endres, Connecticut, Jr.                                                            1
Zach Frazer, Connecticut, Sr.                                                            1
B.J. Daniels, USF, So.                                                                   1
aWaRd WinnERS                                                       againSt tHE cOnFEREncES
BIG	eASt	oFFeNSIVe	PlAYer	oF	the	Week                               AtlANtIc	coASt	(3-5)                                       OhIO VALLEY (1-0)
Sept. 6       Ryan Nassib, QB, Syracuse                             North Carolina State 30, Cincinnati 19 (9/16)              Louisville 23, Eastern Kentucky 13 (9/11)
Sept. 13      Noel Devine, RB, West Virginia                        West Virginia 31, Maryland 17 (9/18)
Sept. 20      Geno Smith, QB, West Virginia                         Miami (Fla.) 31, Pittsburgh 3                              PAc-10	(0-2)
Sept. 27      Delone Carter, RB, Syracuse                           North Carolina 17 Rutgers 13 (9/25)                        Washington 41, Syracuse 20 (9/11)
Oct. 4        Ray Graham, RB, Pittsburgh                            USF 23, Miami (Fla.) 20 (2ot) (11/27)                      Oregon State 35, Louisville 28 (9/18)
Oct. 11       Chas Dodd, QB, Rutgers                                Boston College 16, Syracuse 7 (11/27)
Oct. 18       Armon Binns, WR, Cincinnati
                                                                    North Carolina State 23, West Virginia 7(12/28)            PAtrIot	(1-0)
Oct. 25       B.J. Daniels, QB, USF
                                                                    USF 31, Clemson 26 (12/31)                                 Syracuse 42, Colgate 7 (9/25)
Nov. 1        Jordan Todman, RB, Connecticut
Nov. 8        Jeremy Wright, RB, Louisville
Nov. 15       Geno Smith, QB, West Virginia
                                                                    BIG	12	(1-2)                                               SoUtheASterN	(2-3)
Nov. 22       Isaiah Pead, RB, Cincinnati                           Oklahoma 31, Cincinnati 29 (9/25)                          Kentucky 23, Louisville 16 (9/4)
Nov. 29       Jordan Todman, RB, Connecticut                        Syracuse 36, Kansas State 34 (12/30)                       Florida 38, USF 14 (9/11)
Dec. 6        Dion Lewis, RB, Pittsburgh                            Oklahoma 48, Connecticut 20 (1/1)                          Louisiana State 20, West Virginia 14 (9/25)
                                                                                                                               Connecticut 40, Vanderbilt 21 (10/2)
BIG	eASt	DeFeNSIVe	PlAYer	oF	the	Week                               BIG	teN	(0-1)                                              Pittsburgh 27, Kentucky 10 (1/8)
Sept. 6       Mike Holmes, CB, Syracuse                             Michigan 30, Connecticut 10 (9/4)
Sept. 13      Joe Lefeged, SS, Rutgers                                                                                         SoUthWeSt	AthletIc	(1-0)
Sept. 20      Bruce Irvin, DE, West Virginia                        BIG	SoUth	(2-0)                                            Connecticut 62, Texas Southern 3 (9/11)
Sept. 27      Sio Moore, LB, Connecticut                            West Virginia 31, Coastal Carolina 0 (9/4)
Oct. 4        Blidi Wreh-Wilson, CB, Connecticut                    USF 59, Stony Brook 14 (9/4)                               SUN	Belt	(5-0)
Oct. 11       Max Suter, S, Syracuse                                                                                           Rutgers 19, Florida International 14 (9/11)
Oct. 18       Keith Tandy, CB, West Virginia                        coloNIAl	AthletIc	(2-0)                                    USF 24, Western Kentucky 12 (9/25)
Oct. 25       Doug Hogue, LB, Syracuse                              Pittsburgh 38, New Hampshire 16 (9/11)                     Louisville 34, Arkansas State 24 (10/2)
Nov. 1        Sio Moore, LB, Connecticut                            Syracuse 38, Maine 14 (9/18)                               Pittsburgh 44, Florida International 17 (10/2)
Nov. 8        Jacquian Williams, LB, USF                                                                                       USF 31, Florida Atlantic 3 (10/2)
Nov. 15       Lawrence Wilson, LB, Connecticut                      coNFereNce	USA	(3-1)
Nov. 22       Brandon Mills, LB, Cincnnati                          West Virginia 24, Marshall 21 (ot) (9/10)                  WeSterN	AthletIc	(0-1)
Nov. 29       Brandon Hogan, CB, West Virginia                      Tulane 17, Rutgers 14 (10/2)                               Fresno State 28, Cincinnati 14 (9/4)
Dec. 6        J.T. Thomas, LB, West Virginia                        Louisville 56, Memphis 0 (10/9)
                                                                    Louisville 31, Southern Mississippi 28 (12/21)             INDePeNDeNtS	(1-1)
BIG	eASt	SPecIAl	teAMS	PlAYer	oF	the	Week                                                                                      Notre Dame 23, Pittsburgh 17 (10/9)
Sept. 6        Brandon Bing, CB, Rutgers                            MID-AMerIcAN	(3-1)                                         Rutgers 23, Army 20 (ot) (10/16)
Sept. 13       Joe Lefeged, SS, Rutgers                             Syracuse 29, Akron 3 (9/4)
Sept. 20       Mike Holmes, CB, Syracuse
                                                                    Temple 30, Connecticut 16 (9/18)                           total	Nonconference	records
Sept. 27       Terrence Mitchell, DB, USF
                                                                    Connecticut 45, Buffalo 21 (9/25)                             All Games..............................................28-18
Oct. 4         Dan Hutchins, K/P, Pittsburgh
Oct. 11        San San Te, K, Rutgers
                                                                    Cincinnati 45, Miami (Ohio) 3 (10/9)                          FBS Opponents .....................................19-18
Oct. 18        Dan Hutchins, K/P, Pittsburgh
                                                                                                                                  BCS Automatic Qualifiers ........................6-14
Oct. 25        Chris Philpott, K, Louisville                        MID-eASterN	AthletIc	(1-0)                                    FCS Opponents .........................................9-0
Nov. 1         Dave Teggart, K, Connecticut                         Rutgers 31, Norfolk State 0 (9/2)                             AP Top 25 ..................................................0-6
Nov. 8         Maikon Bonani, K, USF                                                                                              USA Today Top 25 .....................................0-6
Nov. 15        Ross Krautman, K, Syracuse                           MISSoUrI	VAlleY	(1-0)                                         Bowl Games..............................................4-2
Nov. 22        Gregg Pugnetti, P, West Virginia                     Cincinnati 40, Indiana State 7 (9/11)
Nov. 29        Justin Brockhaus-Kahn, P, USF
Dec. 6         Dave Teggart, K, Connecticut                         MoUNtAIN	WeSt	(1-1)
                                                                    Utah 27, Pittsburgh 24 (ot) (9/2)
ActIVe	cAreer	WeeklY	AWArD	WINNerS                                  West Virginia 49, UNLV 10 (10/9)
4	 — Dave Teggart (K, Connecticut); Jake Rogers (Cincinnati,
K/P); Noel Devine (West Virginia, RB)
                                                                    YEaR-BY-YEaR cHamPiOnS
3	—	Jordan Todman (Connecticut, RB); Joe Lefeged (Rutgers,
LB); Dan Hutchins (Pittsburgh, K/P)                                 Year		     champion		                   BIG	eASt		                oVerAll		                                    heAD	coAch
                                                                    1991       Miami #                         2-0                      12-0                                    Dennis Erickson
2 – Scott Lutrus (Connecticut, LB); Sio Moore (Connecticut, LB);    1992       Miami                           4-0                      11-1                                    Dennis Erickson
Lawrence Wilson (Connecticut, LB); Dion Lewis (Pittsburgh,          1993       West Virginia                   7-0                      11-1                                         Don Nehlen
RB); Teddy Dellaganna (Rutgers, P); Maikon Bonani (USF, K);         1994       Miami                           7-0                      10-2                                    Dennis Erickson
B.J. Daniels (USF, QB); Doug Hogue (Syracuse, LB); Mike Holmes      1995       Virginia Tech                   6-1                      10-2                                       Frank Beamer
(Syracuse, CB); Max Suter (Syracuse, S); Tyler Bitancurt (West      1996       Virginia Tech                   6-1                      10-2                                       Frank Beamer
Virginia, K); Geno Smith (West Virginia, QB)                                   Miami                           6-1                       9-3                                          Butch Davis
                                                                               Syracuse                        6-1                       9-3                                     Paul Pasqualoni
1 – Armon Binns (Cincinnati, WR); Zach Collaros (Cincinnati,        1997       Syracuse                        6-1                       9-3                                     Paul Pasqualoni
QB); Brandon Mills (Cincinnati, LB); Isaiah Pead (Cincinnati,       1998       Syracuse                        6-1                       8-3                                     Paul Pasqualoni
RB); Blidi Wreh-Wilson (Connecticut, CB); Victor Anderson           1999       Virginia Tech                   7-0                      11-1                                       Frank Beamer
(Louisville, RB); Johnny Patrick (Louisville, CB); Chris Philpott   2000       Miami                           7-0                      10-1                                          Butch Davis
(Louisville, K); Jeremy Wright (Louisville, RB); Jon Baldwin        2001       Miami #                         7-0                      12-0                                          Larry Coker
(Pittsburgh, WR); Dom DeCicco (Pittsburgh, S); Ray Graham           2002       Miami                           7-0                      12-1                                          Larry Coker
(Pittsburgh, RB); Dan Mason (Pittsburgh, LB); Brandon Bing          2003       Miami *                         6-1                      11-2                                          Larry Coker
(Rutgers, CB); Chas Dodd (Rutgers, QB); San San Te (Rutgers,                   West Virginia                   6-1                       8-5                                      Rich Rodriguez
K); Kordell Young (Rutgers, RB); Dontavia Bogan (USF, WR);          2004       Pittsburgh *                    4-2                       8-4                                          Walt Harris
Justin Brockhaus-Kahn (USF, P); Terrence Mitchell (USF, DB);                   Boston College                  4-2                       9-3                                         Tom O’Brien
Jacquian Williams (USF, LB); Delone Carter (Syracuse, RB);                     West Virginia                   4-2                       8-4                                      Rich Rodriguez
Ross Krautman (Syracuse, K); Ryan Lichtenstein (Syracuse, K);                  Syracuse                        4-2                       6-6                                     Paul Pasqualoni
Ryan Nassib (Syracuse, QB); Tavon Austin (West Virginia, KR);
                                                                    2005       West Virginia                   7-0                      11-1                                      Rich Rodriguez
Brandon Hogan (West Virginia, CB); Bruce Irvin (West Virginia,
                                                                    2006       Louisville                      6-1                      12-1                                      Bobby Petrino
DE); Julian Miller (West Virginia, DE); Gregg Pugnetti (West
                                                                    2007       West Virginia *                 5-2                      11-2                                      Rich Rodriguez
Virginia, P); Robert Sands (West Virginia, S); Keith Tandy (West
Virginia, CB); J.T. Thomas (West Virginia, LB)
                                                                               Connecticut                     5-2                       9-4                                        Randy Edsall
                                                                    2008       Cincinnati                      6-1                      11-3                                           Brian Kelly
                                                                    2009       Cincinnati                      7-0                      12-1                                           Brian Kelly
                                                                    2010       Connecticut *                   5-2                       8-4                                        Randy Edsall
                                                                               West Virginia                   5-2                       9-3                                          Bill Stewart
                                                                               Pittsburgh                      5-2                       7-5                                    Dave Wannstedt

                                                                    # - National Champion                            * – Earned BIG EAST’s automatic BCS bid.
Big EaSt cOnFEREncE HOnORS

        2010	BIG	eASt	coNFereNce                          All-BIG	eASt	coNFereNce	FIrSt	teAM
           FootBAll	AWArDS                                oFFeNSe
                                                          	Pos.	 Player	           School	         cl.	   ht.	   Wt.	   hometown/high	School
                 BIG	eASt	coNFereNce                        WR Armon Binns         Cincinnati      Sr.    6-3    210    Pasadena, Calif./Pasadena
          oFFeNSIVe	PlAYer	oF	the	YeAr                      WR Jon Baldwin         Pittsburgh      Jr.    6-5    230    Aliquippa, Pa./Aliquippa
          Jordan Todman, RB, Connecticut                    OT Mike Ryan           Connecticut     Jr.    6-5    332    Tamaqua, Pa./Marian Catholic
           (Jr., North Dartmouth, Mass.) *                  OT Jason Pinkston      Pittsburgh      Sr.    6-4    305    Pittsburgh, Pa./Baldwin
                                                            OG Zach Hurd *         Connecticut     Sr.    6-7    323    Waterford, Conn./Waterford
               BIG	eASt	coNFereNce                          OG Mark Wetterer *     Louisville      Sr.    6-5    306    Cincinnati, Ohio/Anderson
          DeFeNSIVe	PlAYer	oF	the	YeAr                        C Sampson Genus      USF             Sr.    6-1    314    Lake City, Fla./Columbia
            Jabaal Sheard, DE, Pittsburgh                    TE Cameron Graham     Louisville      Sr.    6-4    242    Inglewood, Calif./Inglewood
              (Sr., Hollywood Hills, Fla.)                  QB Zach Collaros *     Cincinnati      Jr.    6-0    216    Steubenville, Ohio/Steubenville
                                                            RB Jordan Todman *     Connecticut     Jr.    5-9    190    North Dartmouth, Mass./Dartmouth
               BIG	eASt	coNFereNce                          RB Bilal Powell        Louisville      Sr.    6-0    204    Lakeland, Fla./Lake Gibson
        SPecIAl	teAMS	PlAYer	oF	the	YeAr                      K Dave Teggart       Connecticut     Jr.    6-0    209    Northborough, Mass./Algonqun
      Lindsey Lamar, WR, USF (So., Tampa, Fla.)             RS Lindsey Lamar       USF             So.    5-9    160    Tampa, Fla./Hillsborough

            BIG	eASt	coNFereNce                           DeFeNSe
             rookIe	oF	the	YeAr                           	Pos.	 Player	           School	         cl.	 ht.	 Wt.	       hometown/high	School
  Hakeem Smith, S, Louisville (RFr., Jonesboro, Ga.)        DL Kendall Reyes       Connecticut     Jr.  6-4 287         Nashua, N.H./Nashua North
                                                            DL Jabaal Sheard *     Pittsburgh      Sr. 6-4 260          Hollywood Hills, Fla./Hollywood Hills
               BIG	eASt	coNFereNce                          DL Terrell McClain     USF             Sr. 6-3 302          Pensacola, Fla./Pensacola
               COAChES OF ThE YEAR                          DL Chris Neild         West Virginia   Sr. 6-2 301          Stroudsburg, Pa./Stroudsburg
              Randy Edsall, Connecticut                     LB Lawrence Wilson     Connecticut     Sr. 6-1 217          Tuscaloosa, Ala./Paul W. Bryant
              Charlie Strong, Louisville                    LB Doug Hogue          Syracuse        Sr. 6-2 226          Yonkers, N.Y./Roosevelt
                                                            LB J.T. Thomas         West Virginia   Sr. 6-2 225          Fort Lauderdale, Fla./Ely
Connecticut running back Jordan Todman and Pitts-           CB Johnny Patrick      Louisville      Sr. 6-0 186          Deland, Fla./Deland
burgh defensive end Jabaal Sheard, who helped their         CB Keith Tandy         West Virginia   Jr. 5-10 198         Hopkinsville, Ky./Christian County
respective teams to shares of the BIG EAST champi-            S Dom DeCicco        Pittsburgh      Sr. 6-4 230          Jefferson Hills, Pa./Thomas Jefferson
onship, have been named the 2010 BIG EAST Offen-              S Robert Sands       West Virginia   Jr.  6-5 221         Carol City, Fla./Miami-Carol City
sive and Defensive Players of the Year in the annual         P Dan Hutchins        Pittsburgh      Sr. 5-11 195         Williamsport, Pa./Loyalsock Township
postseason vote of the league’s eight head football
coaches.                                                  * unanimous selection

Todman was unanimously chosen as BIG EAST Offen-          All-BIG	eASt	coNFereNce	SecoND	teAM
sive Player of the Year, becoming the second Connect-     oFFeNSe
icut running back in the last three years to earn the     	Pos.	 Player	           School	         cl.	 ht.	 Wt.	       hometown/high	School
conference’s top offensive honor. Todman joins 2008         WR D.J. Woods          Cincinnati      Jr.  6-0 172         Strongsville, Ohio/Strongsville
winner Donald Brown as the only Connecticut players         WR Dontavia Bogan      USF             Sr. 6-1 188          Thomasville, Ga./Central County
to be named BIG EAST Offensive Player of the Year.          WR Tavon Austin        West Virginia   So. 5-9 173          Baltimore, Md./Dunbar
                                                            WR Jock Sanders        West Virginia   Sr. 5-7 179          St. Petersburg, Fla./St. Petersburg Catholic
Sheard’s selection as BIG EAST Defensive Player of          OT Justin Pugh         Syracuse        So. 6-5 287          Holland, Pa./Council Rock South
the Year marks the third consecutive season, and the        OT Don Barclay         West Virginia   Jr.  6-4 304         Cranberry Township, Pa./Seneca Valley
fourth time in the last five years, that a Pittsburgh       OL Jason Kelce         Cincinnati      Sr. 6-4 283          Cleveland Heights, Ohio/Cleveland Heights
player earned top defensive honors from the con-            OL Byron Stingily      Louisville      Sr. 6-5 300          Country Club Hills, Ill./Joliet CC
ference. He is the Panthers’ fifth BIG EAST Defensive       OL Jacob Sims          USF             Sr. 6-5 290          Winter Park, Fla./Winter Park
Player of the Year selection, joining 2006 winner H.B.        C Moe Petrus         Connecticut     Jr.  6-2 292         St. Laurent, Que./Vanier Prep
Blades, 2008 winner Scott McKillop and 2009 winners          TE Ben Guidugli       Cincinnati      Sr. 6-1 240          Fort Thomas, Ky./Highlands
Greg Romeus and Mick Williams.                              QB Geno Smith          West Virginia   So. 6-3 210          Miami, Fla./Miramar
                                                            RB Isaiah Pead         Cincinnati      Jr. 5-11 194         Columbus, Ohio/Eastmoor Academy
USF wide receiver Lindsey Lamar was chosen as the           RB Delone Carter       Syracuse        Sr. 5-10 215         Copley, Ohio/Copley Senior
BIG EAST Special Teams Player of the Year, while              K Ross Krautman      Syracuse        Fr. 5-7 154          Franklin Lakes, N.J./Ramapo
Louisville safety Hakeem Smith was named BIG EAST           RS Nick Williams       Connecticut     So. 5-9 182          East Windsor, N.J./The Hun School
Rookie of the Year.
                                                          DeFeNSe
Lamar becomes USF’s first BIG EAST Special Teams          	Pos.	 Player	           School	         cl.	 ht.	 Wt.	       hometown/high	School
Player of the Year honoree and joins 2007 Defensive         DL Brandon Lindsey     Pittsburgh       Jr. 6-2 250         Aliquippa, Pa./Aliquippa
Player of the Year George Selvie as the only USF play-      DL Chandler Jones      Syracuse         Jr. 6-5 251         Endicott, N.Y./Union-Endicott
ers to earn a major individual honor from the con-          DL Scooter Berry       West Virginia   Sr. 6-1 287          North Babylon, N.Y./North Babylon
ference. Smith is the second Louisville player in the       DL Bruce Irvin         West Virginia    Jr. 6-3 235         Walnut, Calif./Mt. San Antonio CC
last three years to be named BIG EAST Rookie of the         LB JK Schaffer         Cincinnati       Jr. 6-1 228         Cincinnati, Ohio/LaSalle
Year, joining running back Victor Anderson, who was         LB Jacquain Williams   USF             Sr. 6-3 216          Tampa, Fla./Riverview
selected in 2008. He is just the fifth defensive player     LB Derrell Smith       Syracuse        Sr. 6-1 232          New Castle, Del./Paul Hodgson
to win the award.                                           CB Mistral Raymond     USF             Sr. 6-2 192          Palmetto, Fla./Palmetto
                                                            CB Brandon Hogan       West Virginia   Sr. 5-10 189         Manassas, Va./Osbourn
Connecticut head coach Randy Edsall, who led the              S Hakeem Smith       Louisville      RFr. 6-1 174         Jonesboro, Ga./Riverdale
Huskies to their first Bowl Championship Series ap-           S Jared Holley       Pittsburgh      So. 5-10 180         Easton, Pa./Easton Area
pearance, and Louisville head coach Charlie Strong,           S Joe Lefeged        Rutgers         Sr. 6-1 205          Germantown, Md./Northwest
who brought the Cardinals to the postseason for the          P Rob Long            Syracuse        Sr. 6-3 190          Downingtown, Pa./Downingtown West
first time in four years, shared BIG EAST Coach of the
Year honors.
Big EaSt amOng 2010 ncaa StatiSticaL LEadERS
INDIVIDUAl	leADerS                                          Forced	Fumbles	.........................FF/Game              rushing	Defense	............................... YPG             Interceptions	................................... Total
rushing	............................................ YPG    t5. Joe Lefeged, RU......................... 0.33            2.   West Virginia ........................... 85.08            t5. Connecticut.................................. 19
2.   Jordan Todman, UConn......... 143.09                   t5. Khaseem Greene, RU ................ 0.33                 18. Pittsburgh ............................. 121.33             t43. Pittsburgh .................................... 13
10. Bilal Powell, Lou .................... 120.91           t5. Jabaal Sheard, Pitt..................... 0.33            33. USF ........................................ 131.92         t43. USF ............................................... 13
t30. Isaiah Pead, Cin ....................... 93.55         t32. Brandon Lindsey, Pitt ................ 0.25             37. Cincinnati .............................. 135.42            t50. West Virginia ................................ 12
38. Dion Lewis, Pitt ....................... 86.91          t32. Derrell Smith, Syr ...................... 0.25          42. Syracuse ................................ 137.42            t83. Syracuse ......................................... 9
40. Delone Carter, Syr ................... 86.25            t32. Chandler Jones, Syr ................... 0.25            51. Louisville ............................... 142.17           t83. Louisville ........................................ 9
                                                                                                                         57. Connecticut........................... 147.25               t97. Rutgers ........................................... 8
completions	Per	Game	..................... cPG              Fumbles	recoverd	.................... Fr/Game                67. Rutgers .................................. 156.42           t97. Cincinnati ....................................... 8
t37. Zach Collaros, Cin .................... 18.75          t3. Steve Beauharnais, RU .............. 0.33
40. Geno Smith, WVU ................... 18.25               t6. Wesley Richardson, Cin ............. 0.27                Pass	Defense	.................................... YPG           turnovers	Gained	............................ Total
45. Tino Sunseri, Pitt ..................... 17.83          t11. Antonio Lowery, RU .................. 0.25              6.    Syracuse ................................ 157.58          t12. Connecticut.................................. 29
                                                            t11. Jonathan Freeny, RU ................. 0.25              9.    Louisville ............................... 162.50         t47. Rutgers ......................................... 22
Passing	Yards	Per	Game	.................... YPG             t11. Derell Smith, SU ........................ 0.25          11. West Virginia ......................... 166.25              t47. West Virginia ................................ 22
26. Zach Collaros, Cin .................. 241.83            t44. Greg Scruggs, Lou ..................... 0.18            17. Pittsburgh ............................. 182.92             t57. Pittsburgh .................................... 21
49. Geno Smith, WVU ................. 213.92                                                                             t21. USF ........................................ 187.83        t79. USF ............................................... 18
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                                                            Punting	 ............................................. Avg   t42. Connecticut........................... 206.42              t79. Louisville ...................................... 18
total	Passing	Yards........................... Pyds         26. Rob Long, Syr .......................... 43.84           62. Rutgers .................................. 217.75           t92. Syracuse ....................................... 17
25. Zach Collaros, Cin ..................... 2902           46. Patrick O’Donnell, Cin ............. 41.88               88. Cincinnati .............................. 234.00            t111. Cincinnati ..................................... 14
44. Geno Smith, WVU .................... 2567               47. Teddy Dellaganna, RU ............. 41.87
                                                            50. Gregg Pugnetti, WVU .............. 41.75                 Pass	efficiency	Defense	..................rating                turnovers	lost	................................. Total
Passing	efficiency	...........................rating                                                                     11. West Virginia ......................... 108.24              t12. Louisville ...................................... 15
22. Geno Smith, WVU ................. 149.71                Punt	returns	..................................... Avg       12. Syracuse ................................ 108.97            t12. Rutgers ......................................... 15
36. Tino Sunseri, Pitt ................... 139.29           9.   Doug Beaumont, Lou .............. 15.31                 16. Connecticut........................... 111.42               t24. Connecticut.................................. 17
40. Zach Collaros, Cin .................. 137.49            24. Cameron Saddler, Pitt ............. 10.71                28. Pittsburgh ............................. 114.77             t48. USF ............................................... 20
                                                            25. Mike Holmes, Syr .................... 10.59              29. Louisville ............................... 115.07           t54. Pittsburgh .................................... 21
receptions	Per	Game	....................... rPG             27. Terrence Mitchell, USF ............ 10.21                36. USF ........................................ 118.54         t54. Syracuse ....................................... 21
t20. Armon Binns, Cin ...................... 6.25           36. Taylor Mack, UConn .................. 8.40               97. Rutgers .................................. 140.82           t73. West Virginia ................................ 23
t41. Jock Sanders, WVU ................... 5.33             45. D.J. Woods, Cin ......................... 7.68           106. Cincinnati .............................. 146.62           t109. Cincinnati ..................................... 29
                                                            49. Mason Robinson, RU................. 7.32
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receiving	Yards	Per	Game	 ................ YPG                                                                           total	Defense.................................... YPG           Tackles For Loss	........................Per	Game
14. Armon Binns, Cin .................... 91.75             kickoff	returns	.................................. Avg       3.    West Virginia ......................... 251.33            t20. Connecticut............................... 6.83
37. D.J. Woods, Cin ....................... 74.83           4.    Vic Anderson, Lou ................... 30.75            5.    Syracuse ................................ 295.00          t20. West Virginia ............................. 6.83
47. Mark Harrison, RU .................. 69.08              13. Lindsey Lamar, USF ................. 28.07               11. Pittsburgh ............................. 304.25             t27. Louisville ................................... 6.75
                                                            23. Jeremy Wright, Lou ................. 27.31               12. Louisville ............................... 304.67           t33. USF ............................................ 6.58
total	receiving	Yards	.................... RecYds           34. Robbie Frey, UConn ................ 26.08                21. USF ........................................ 319.75         t37. Cincinnati .................................. 6.42
14. Armon Binns, Cin ..................... 1101             42. Joe Lefeged, RU....................... 24.95             48. Connecticut........................... 353.67               t41. Rutgers ...................................... 6.33
37. D.J. Woods, Cin .......................... 898                                                                       61. Cincinnati .............................. 369.42            t67. Syracuse .................................... 5.58
46. Mark Harrison, RU ..................... 829             Field Goals	 ...............................FG/Game
                                                                       .                                                 63. Rutgers .................................. 374.17           t75. Pittsburgh ................................. 5.42
                                                            t4. Dave Teggart, UConn ................ 1.92
All-Purpose	running	......................... YPG           t19. Ross Krautman, Syr ................... 1.42             Scoring	Defense	................................ PPG            Sacks	Per	Game
14. Jordan Todman, UConn......... 156.36                    t26 Dan Hutchins, Pitt ..................... 1.33            2.    West Virginia ........................... 12.75           3.    West Virginia ............................. 3.33
15. D.J. Woods, Cin ..................... 154.92            t26. Maikon Bonani, USF .................. 1.33              13. Syracuse .................................. 18.08           5.    Louisville ................................... 3.17
31. Ray Graham, Pitt ................... 135.45             t49. San San Te, RU .......................... 1.17          15. Louisville ................................. 18.67          t24. Pittsburgh ................................. 2.50
32. Bilal Powell, Lou .................... 134.36                                                                        t19. USF .......................................... 19.50       t34. USF ............................................ 2.33
                                                                                                                         22. Pittsburgh ............................... 19.75            t34. Connecticut............................... 2.33
total	offense	.................................... YPG      teAM	leADerS                                                 t23. Connecticut............................. 19.83             t40. Cincinnati .................................. 2.25
30. Zach Collaros, Cin .................. 258.67            rushing	offense	............................... YPG          62. Rutgers .................................... 26.50          t47. Syracuse .................................... 2.17
                                                            30. Louisville ............................... 180.50        70. Cincinnati ................................ 28.00           t94. Rutgers ...................................... 1.42
Scoring	............................................. PPG   31. Connecticut........................... 179.92
t23. Dave Teggart, UConn ................ 8.58              49. West Virginia ......................... 162.17           Net	Punting	.................................Net	Avg	           Sacks	Allowed		..........................Per	Game
                                                            54. Pittsburgh ............................. 157.75          6.   Pittsburgh ............................... 40.30           t14. Connecticut............................... 1.00
Points	responsible	For...................... PPG            57. Cincinnati .............................. 156.67         15. Syracuse .................................. 38.89           t30. Louisville ................................... 1.42
t20. Zach Collaros, Cin .................... 15.00          70. USF ........................................ 149.42      40. West Virginia ........................... 37.37             t60. Pittsburgh ................................. 1.92
t44. Geno Smith, WVU ................... 11.83              88. Syracuse ................................ 130.25         41. Cincinnati ................................ 37.29           t68. USF ............................................ 2.00
                                                            110. Rutgers .................................. 100.92       45. Louisville ................................. 37.08          t74. West Virginia ............................. 2.08
Tackles ..............................................tPG                                                                82. Rutgers .................................... 35.21          t93. Syracuse .................................... 2.58
t26. Lawrence Wilson, UConn .......... 9.58                 Passing	offense	................................ YPG         91. Connecticut............................. 34.75              t99. Cincinnati .................................. 2.75
t34. Jk Schaffer, Cin .......................... 9.25       27. Cincinnati .............................. 260.67         95. USF .......................................... 34.42        120. Rutgers ...................................... 5.08
t40. Antonio Lowery, RU .................. 9.00             66. West Virginia ......................... 214.42
                                                            70. Pittsburgh ............................. 210.00          Punt	returns	..................................... Avg                               .
                                                                                                                                                                                         turnover	Margin	 ...............Margin/Game
Solo Tackles	.....................................StPG      78. Louisville ............................... 195.33        19. Louisville ................................. 12.55          t12. Connecticut............................... 1.00
t19. Derrell Smith, Syr ...................... 5.58         79. Rutgers .................................. 194.00        24. Pittsburgh ............................... 11.81            t24. Rutgers ...................................... 0.58
t19. Jk Schaffer, Cin .......................... 5.58       92. Syracuse ................................ 178.00         30. USF .......................................... 10.96        t39. Louisville ................................... 0.25
t19. Sio Moore, UConn..................... 5.58             101. USF ........................................ 162.50     40. Syracuse .................................... 9.39          t53. Pittsburgh ................................. 0.00
t33. Lawrence Wilson, UConn .......... 5.33                 112. Connecticut........................... 145.08           49. West Virginia ............................. 8.90            t61. West Virginia ............................ -0.08
36. Dom DeCicco, Pitt ..................... 5.27                                                                         51. Rutgers ...................................... 8.79         t66. USF ........................................... -0.17
                                                            total	offense	.................................... YPG       54. Connecticut............................... 8.52             t80. Syracuse ................................... -0.33
Tackles for Loss	........................tFl/Game           32. Cincinnati .............................. 417.33         68. Cincinnati .................................. 7.19          119. Cincinnati ................................. -1.25
t19. Brandon Lindsey, Pitt ................ 1.33            64. West Virginia ......................... 376.58
t34. Jabaal Sheard, Pitt..................... 1.21          65. Louisville ............................... 375.83        kickoff	returns	.................................. Avg          Passing	efficiency	...........................rating
t34. Alex Silvestro, RU ...................... 1.21         73. Pittsburgh ............................. 367.75          6.    Connecticut............................. 26.46            27. West Virginia ......................... 146.06
                                                            96. Connecticut........................... 325.00            20. Louisville ................................. 24.12          44. Pittsburgh ............................. 135.53
Sacks ..............................................SPG     103. USF ........................................ 311.92     33. USF .......................................... 23.22        49. Louisville ............................... 134.09
t3. Bruce Irvin, WVU ...................... 1.00            106. Syracuse ................................ 308.25        35. Syracuse .................................. 22.98           53. Cincinnati .............................. 131.69
t12. Brandon Lindsey, Pitt ................ 0.83            114. Rutgers .................................. 294.92       36. Rutgers .................................... 22.86          77. Rutgers .................................. 124.78
20. Jesse Joseph, UConn ................. 0.77                                                                           86. Pittsburgh ............................... 20.79            87. Syracuse ................................ 119.32
t21. Jabaal Sheard, Pitt..................... 0.75          Scoring	offense	................................. Avg        t94. Cincinnati ................................ 20.19          99. USF ........................................ 113.56
t25. Rodney Gnat, Lou ..................... 0.71            t58. Cincinnati ................................ 27.08       112. West Virginia ........................... 18.53            113. Connecticut........................... 105.06
t32. Julian Miller, WVU..................... 0.67           t62. Connecticut............................. 26.92
                                                            65. West Virginia ........................... 26.67          Fumbles	recovered	......................... Total
                                                            69. Pittsburgh ............................... 26.25         t9. Rutgers ......................................... 14
Passes	Defemded	.....................PD/Game                71. Louisville ................................. 26.00       t43. Connecticut.................................. 10
t43. Johnny Patrick, Lou ................... 0.92           88. USF .......................................... 23.50     t43. West Virginia ................................ 10
                                                            99. Syracuse .................................. 21.00        t58. Louisville ........................................ 9
Interceptions	............................Int/Game          t100. Rutgers .................................... 20.83     t71. Pittsburgh ...................................... 8
t5. Keith Tandy, WVU ..................... 0.50                                                                          t71. Syracuse ......................................... 8
t11. Dom DeCicco, Pitt ..................... 0.45                                                                        t86. Cincinnati ....................................... 7
t15. Jarred Holley, Pitt ...................... 0.42                                                                     t106. USF ................................................. 5
t15. Johnny Patrick, Lou ................... 0.42
t33. Jerome Junior, UConn ............... 0.33
t33. Blidi Wreh-Wilson, UConn ........ 0.33
2010-11 BOWL RESULtS

Bowl	Game	........................................................ Date/time	(et)	........... Site	................................... Matchup	........................................................................Network
New Mexico.......................................................... Dec. 18 / 2 p.m. .......... Albuquerque, N.M. ............ Brigham Young 52, Texas-El Paso 24 ........................................ESPN
UDrove Humanitarian........................................... Dec. 18 / 5:30 p.m. ..... Boise, Idaho ........................ Northern Illinois 40, Fresno State 17 .......................................ESPN
R+L Carriers New Orleans ..................................... Dec. 18 / 9 p.m. .......... New Orleans, La.................. Troy 48, Ohio 21 .......................................................................ESPN
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Beef	‘o’	Brady’s	St.	Petersburg	.......................... Dec.	21	/	8	p.m.	 ......... St.	Petersburg,	Fla.	............ louisville	31,	Southern	Mississippi	28	................................. eSPN
MAACO Las Vegas ................................................. Dec. 22 / 8 p.m. .......... Las Vegas, Nev..................... Boise State 26, Utah 3 ..............................................................ESPN
San Diego County Credit Union Poinsettia ........... Dec. 23 / 8 p.m. .......... San Diego, Calif. .................. San Diego State 35, Navy 14 ....................................................ESPN
Sheraton Hawaii ................................................... Dec. 24 / 8 p.m. .......... Honolulu, Hawaii ................ Tulsa 62, Hawaii 35 ..................................................................ESPN
Little Caesars Pizza................................................ Dec. 26 / 8:30 p.m. ..... Detroit, Mich. ..................... Florida International 34, Toledo 32 ..........................................ESPN
AdvoCare V100 Independence ............................. Dec. 27 / 5 p.m. .......... Shreveport, La. ................... Air Force 14, Georgia Tech 7 ..................................................ESPN2
champs	Sports	.................................................. Dec.	28	/	6:30	p.m.	..... orlando,	Fla.	..................... North	carolina	State	23,	West	Virginia	7	............................. eSPN
Insight ................................................................... Dec. 28 / 10 p.m. ........ Tempe, Ariz. ........................ Iowa 27, Missouri 24 ................................................................ESPN
Military Bowl Presented By Northrop Grumman . Dec. 29 / 2:30 p.m. ..... Washington, D.C. ................ Maryland 51, East Carolina 20 .................................................ESPN
Texas ..................................................................... Dec. 29 / 6 p.m. .......... Houston, Texas.................... Illinois 38, Baylor 14 .................................................................ESPN
Valero Alamo ........................................................ Dec. 29 / 9:15 p.m. ..... San Antonio, Texas .............. Oklahoma State 36, Arizona 10 ................................................ESPN
Bell Helicopter Armed Forces ............................... Dec. 30 / 12 p.m. ........ Dallas, Texas........................ Army 16, Southern Methodist 14 ............................................ESPN
New	era	Pinstripe	.............................................. Dec.	30	/	3:20	p.m.	..... New	York,	N.Y.	................... Syracuse	36,	kansas	State	34	............................................... eSPN
Franklin American Mortgage Music City .............. Dec. 30 / 6:40 p.m. ..... Nashville, Tenn.................... North Carolina 30, Tennessee 27 .............................................ESPN
Bridgepoint Education Holiday ............................. Dec. 30 / 10 p.m. ........ San Diego, Calif. .................. Washington 19, Nebraska 7 .....................................................ESPN
Meineke	car	care	.............................................. Dec.	31	/	12	p.m.	........ charlotte,	N.c.	.................. USF	31,	clemson	26............................................................. eSPN
Hyundai Sun ......................................................... Dec. 31 / 2 p.m. .......... El Paso, Texas ...................... Notre Dame 33, Miami (Fla.) 17................................................. CBS
AutoZone Liberty .................................................. Dec. 31 / 3:30 p.m. ..... Memphis, Tenn. .................. Central Florida 10, Georgia 6 ...................................................ESPN
Chick-fil-A ............................................................. Dec. 31 / 7:30 p.m. ..... Atlanta, Ga. ......................... Florida State 26, South Carolina 17 ..........................................ESPN
TicketCity .............................................................. Jan. 1 / 12 p.m. ........... Dallas, Texas........................ Texas Tech 45, Northwestern 38 ........................................... ESPNU
Outback ................................................................ Jan. 1 / 1 p.m. ............. Tampa, Fla........................... Florida 37, Penn State 24 .......................................................... ABC
Capital One ........................................................... Jan. 1 / 1 p.m. ............. Orlando, Fla. ....................... Alabama 49, Michigan State 7 .................................................ESPN
Gator .................................................................... Jan. 1 / 1:30 p.m. ........ Jacksonville, Fla. ................. Mississippi State 52, Michigan 14 ..........................................ESPN2
Rose Bowl Game presented by Vizio .................... Jan. 1 / 5 p.m. ............. Pasadena, Calif. ................... Texas Christian 21, Wisconsin 19 .............................................ESPN
tostitos	Fiesta	.................................................... Jan.	1	/	8:30	p.m.	....... Glendale,	Ariz.	.................. oklahoma	48,	connecticut	20	............................................. eSPN
Discover Orange ................................................... Jan. 3 / 8:30 p.m. ........ Miami, Fla. .......................... Stanford 40, Virginia Tech 12 ...................................................ESPN
Allstate Sugar ........................................................ Jan. 4 / 8:30 p.m. ........ New Orleans, La.................. Ohio State 31, Arkansas 26 ......................................................ESPN
GoDaddy.com ....................................................... Jan. 6 / 8 p.m. ............. Mobile, Ala. ........................ Miami (Ohio) 35, Middle Tennessee 21 ...................................ESPN
AT&T Cotton ......................................................... Jan. 7 / 8 p.m. ............. Arlington, Texas .................. LSU 41, Texas A&M 24................................................................FOX
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BBVA Compass	.................................................. Jan.	8	/	12	p.m.	.......... Birmingham,	Ala.	.............. Pittsburgh	27,	kentucky	10	 ................................................. eSPN
Kraft Fight Hunger ................................................ Jan. 9 / 9 p.m. ............. San Francisco, Calif. ............ Nevada 20, Boston College 13 .................................................ESPN
Tostitos BCS National Championship Game ......... Jan. 10 / 8:30 p.m. ...... Glendale, Ariz. .................... Auburn 22, Oregon 19 .............................................................ESPN
aLL-timE BOWL aPPEaRancES
cINcINNAtI	(6-6/2-2)                                                        rUtGerS	(4-2/4-1)
1-1-47      Sun Bowl – Cincinnati 18, Virginia Tech 6                       12-16-78   Garden State Bowl – Arizona State 34, Rutgers 18
12-3-49     Glass Bowl – Cincinnati 33, Toledo 13                           12-27-05   Insight Bowl – Arizona State 45, Rutgers 40
1-1-51      Sun Bowl – Cincinnati 13, West Texas State 14                   12-28-06   Texas Bowl – Rutgers 37, Kansas State 10
12-21-97    Humanitarian Bowl – Cincinnati 35, Utah State 19                1-5-08     International Bowl — Rutgers 52, Ball State 30
12-27-00    Motor City Bowl – Cincinnati 14, Marshall 25                    12-29-08   PapaJohns.com Bowl — Rutgers 29, North Carolina State 23
12-29-01    Motor City Bowl – Cincinnati 16, Toledo 23                      12-19-09   St. Petersburg Bowl — Rutgers 45, UCF 24
12-17-02    New Orleans Bowl – Cincinnati 19, North Texas 24
12-23-04    PlainsCapital Fort Worth – Cincinnati 32, Marshall 14           USF	(4-2/4-2)
1-6-07      International Bowl — Cincinnati 27, Western Michigan 24         12-31-05    Meineke Car Care Bowl – North Carolina State 14, USF 0,
12-22-07    PapaJohns.com Bowl — Cincinnati 31, Southern Miss 21            12-23-06    PapaJohns.com Bowl – USF 24, East Carolina 7
1-1-09      FedEx Orange Bowl — Virginia Tech 20, Cincinnati 7              12-31-07    Brut Sun Bowl — Oregon 56, USF 21
1-1-10      Allstate Sugar Bowl — Florida 51, Cincinnati 24                 12-20-08    magicJack St. Petersburg Bowl — USF 41, Memphis 14
                                                                            1-2-10      International Bowl — USF 27, Northern Illinois 3
coNNectIcUt	(3-2/3-2)                                                       12-31-10    Meineke Car Care Bowl — USF 31, Clemson 26
12-27-04  Motor City Bowl – Connecticut 39, Toledo 10
12-29-07  Meineke Car Care Bowl — Wake Forest 24, Connecticut 10            SYrAcUSe	(13-9-1/7-3)
1-3-09    International Bowl — Connecticut 38, Buffalo 20                   1-1-53     Orange Bowl – Alabama 61, Syracuse 6
1-2-10    PapaJohns.com Bowl — Connecticut 20, South Carolina 7             1-1-57     Cotton Bowl – Texas Christian 28, Syracuse 27
1-1-11    Tostitos Fiesta Bowl — Oklahoma 48, Connecticut 20                1-1-59     Orange Bowl – Oklahoma 21, Syracuse 6
                                                                            1-1-60     Cotton Bowl – Syracuse 23, Texas 14
loUISVIlle	(7-6-1/2-1)                                                      12-16-61   Liberty Bowl – Syracuse 15, Miami 14
1-1-58      Sun Bowl – Louisville 34, Drake 20                              1-1-65     Sugar Bowl – LSU 13, Syracuse 10
12-19-70    Pasadena Bowl – Louisville 24, Long Beach State 24              12-31-66   Gator Bowl – Tennessee 18, Syracuse 12
12-17-77    Independence Bowl – Louisiana Tech 24 , Louisville 14           12-15-79   Independence Bowl – Syracuse 31, McNeese State 7
1-1-91      Fiesta Bowl – Louisville 34, Alabama 7                          12-21-85   Cherry Bowl – Maryland 35, Syracuse 18
12-28-93    Liberty Bowl – Louisville 18, Michigan State 7                  1-1-88     Sugar Bowl – Syracuse 16, Auburn 16
12-23-98    Motor City Bowl – Marshall 48, Louisville 29                    1-2-89     Hall of Fame Bowl – Syracuse 23, LSU 10
12-30-99    Humanitarian Bowl – Boise State 34 , Louisville 31              12-30-89   Peach Bowl – Syracuse 19, Georgia 18
12-29-00    Liberty Bowl – Colorado State 22 , Louisville 17                12-25-90   Aloha Bowl – Syracuse 28, Arizona 0
12-31-01    Liberty Bowl – Louisville 28, BYU 10                            1-1-92     Hall of Fame Bowl – Syracuse 24, Ohio State 17
12-18-02    GMAC Bowl – Marshall 38, Louisville 15                          1-1-93     Fiesta Bowl – Syracuse 26, Colorado 21
12-31-04    AutoZone Liberty Bowl – Louisville 44, Boise State 40           1-1-96     Gator Bowl – Syracuse 41, Clemson 0
1-2-06      Toyota Gator Bowl – Virginia Tech 35, Louisville 24             12-27-96   Liberty Bowl – Syracuse 30, Houston 17
1-2-07      FedEx Orange Bowl – Louisville 24, Wake Forest 10               12-31-97   Fiesta Bowl – Kansas State 35, Syracuse 18
12-21-10    Beef ‘O’ Bradys Bowl — Louisville 31, Southern Mississippi 28   1-2-99     Orange Bowl – Florida 31,Syracuse 10
                                                                            12-29-99   Music City Bowl – Syracuse 20, Kentucky 13
PIttSBUrGh	(13-15/4-5)                                                      12-29-01   Insight.com Bowl – Syracuse 26, Kansas State 3
1-2-28    Rose Bowl – Stanford 7, Pittsburgh 6                              12-21-04   Champs Sports Bowl – Georgia Tech 51, Syracuse 14
1-1-30    Rose Bowl – Southern California 47, Pittsburgh 14                 12-30-10   New Era Pinstripe Bowl — Syracuse 36, Kansas State 34
1-2-33    Rose Bowl – Southern California 35, Pittsburgh 0
1-1-37    Rose Bowl – Pittsburgh 21, Washington 0                           WeSt	VIrGINIA	(13-17/5-10)
1-2-56    Sugar Bowl – Georgia Tech 7, Pittsburgh 0                         12-25-22   East-West Bowl – West Virginia 21, Georgia 13
12-29-56  Gator Bowl – Georgia Tech 21, Pittsburgh 14                       1-1-38     Sun Bowl – West Virginia 7, Texas Tech 6
12-21-73  Fiesta Bowl – Arizona State 28 , Pittsburgh 7                     1-1-49     Sun Bowl – West Virginia 21, Texas-El Paso 12
12-26-75  Sun Bowl – Pittsburgh 33, Kansas 19                               1-1-54     Sugar Bowl – Georgia Tech 42, West Virginia 19
1-1-77    Sugar Bowl – Pittsburgh 27, Georgia 3                             12-19-64   Liberty Bowl – Utah 32, West Virginia 6
12-30-77  Gator Bowl – Pittsburgh 34, Clemson 3                             12-30-69   Peach Bowl – West Virginia 14, South Carolina 3
12-23-78  Tangerine Bowl – North Carolina State 30, Pittsburgh 17           12-29-72   Peach Bowl – North Carolina State 49, West Virginia 13
12-25-79  Fiesta Bowl – Pittsburgh 16, Arizona 10                           12-31-75   Peach Bowl – West Virginia 13, North Carolina State 10
12-29-80  Gator Bowl – Pittsburgh 37, South Carolina 9                      12-31-81   Peach Bowl – West Virginia 26, Florida 6
1-1-82    Sugar Bowl – Pittsburgh 24, Georgia 20                            12-30-82   Gator Bowl – Florida State 31, West Virginia 12
1-1-83    Cotton Bowl – SMU 7, Pittsburgh 3                                 12-23-83   Hall of Fame Bowl – West Virginia, 20 Kentucky 16
1-2-84    Fiesta Bowl – Ohio State 28, Pittsburgh 23                        12-31-84   Bluebonnet Bowl – West Virginia 31, Texas Christian 14
12-31-87  Bluebonnet Bowl – Texas 32 , Pittsburgh 27                        12-25-87   Sun Bowl – Oklahoma State 35, West Virginia 33
12-30-89  John Hancock Bowl – Pittsburgh 31, Texas A&M 28                   1-2-89     Fiesta Bowl – Notre Dame 34, West Virginia 21
12-31-97  Liberty Bowl – Southern Mississippi 41, Pittsburgh 7              12-30-89   Gator Bowl – Clemson 27, West Virginia 7
12-28-00  Insight.com Bowl – Iowa State 37, Pittsburgh 29                   1-1-94     Sugar Bowl – Florida 41, West Virginia 7
12-20-01  Tangerine Bowl – Pittsburgh 34, North Carolina State 19           1-2-95     Carquest Bowl – South Carolina 24, West Virginia 21
12-26-02  Insight Bowl – Pittsburgh 38, Oregon State 13                     1-1-97     Gator Bowl – North Carolina 20, West Virginia 13
12-27-03  Continental Tire Bowl – Virginia 23, Pittsburgh 16                12-29-97   Carquest Bowl – Georgia Tech 35, West Virginia 30
1-1-05    Tostitos Fiesta Bowl – Utah 35, Pittsburgh 7                      12-26-98   Insight.com Bowl – Missouri 34, West Virginia 31
12-31-08  Brut Sun Bowl — Oregon State 3, Pittsburgh 0                      12-28-00   Music City Bowl – West Virginia 49, Mississippi 38
12-26-09  Meineke Car Care Bowl — Pittsburgh 19, North Carolina 17          12-28-02   Continental Tire Bowl – Virginia 48, West Virginia 22
1-8-11    BBVA Compass Bowl — Pittsburgh 27, Kentucky 10                    1-1-04     Gator Bowl – Maryland 41, West Virginia 7
                                                                            1-1-05     Toyota Gator Bowl – Florida State 30, West Virginia 18
                                                                            1-2-06     Nokia Sugar Bowl – West Virginia 38, Georgia 35
                                                                            1-1-07     Toyota Gator Bowl – West Virginia 38, Georgia Tech 35
                                                                            1-2-08     Tostitos Fiestaa Bowl — West Virginia 48, Oklahoma 28
                                                                            12-27-08   Meineke Car Care Bowl — West Virginia 31, North Carolina 30
                                                                            1-1-10     Knoica Minolta Gator Bowl — Florida State 33, West Virginia 21
                                                                            12-28-10   Champs Sports Bowl — North Carolina State 23, West Virginia 7
 BIG EaSt BOWL HiStORY
BigEAST BOWL hISTORY
BoWl	recorDS	oF	cUrreNt	BIG	eASt	MeMBerS	SINce	JoINING	the	leAGUe
School	                 BoWlS	              W-l-t	            Pct.	                  lASt	APPeArANce	
Cincinnati                 4                 2-2-0            .500                   2010 Allstate Sugar Bowl vs. Florida, (24-51, Jan. 1, 2010)
Connecticut                5                 3-2-0            .600                   2011 Tostitos Fiesta Bowl vs. Oklahoma (20-48, Jan. 1, 2011)
Louisville                 3                 2-1-0            .667                   2010 Beef ‘O’ Brady’s Bowl vs. Southern Mississippi (31-28, Dec. 21, 2010)
Pittsburgh                 9                 4-5-0            .444                   2011 BBVA Compass Bowl vs. Kentucky (27-10, Jan. 8, 2011)
Rutgers                    5                 4-1-0            .800                   2009 St. Petersburg Bowl vs. UCF (45-24, Dec. 19, 2009)
USF                        6                 4-2-0            .667                   2010 Meineke Car Care Bowl vs. Clemson (31, 26, Dec. 31, 2010)
Syracuse                  10                 7-3-0            .700                   2010 New Era Pinstripe Bowl vs. Kansas State (36-34, Dec. 30, 2010)
West Virginia             15                5-10-0            .333                   2010 Champs Sports Bowl vs. North Carolina State (7-23, Dec. 28, 2010)
totAl		                   51	              27-24-0	           .529


All-tIMe	coMPoSIte	BoWl	recorDS	oF	cUrreNt	BIG	eASt	coNFereNce	MeMBerS
School		                BoWlS	              W-l-t	            Pct.	                  lASt	APPeArANce
Cincinnati                12                 6-6-0            .500                   2010 Allstate Sugar Bowl vs. Florida, (24-51, Jan. 1, 2010)
Connecticut                5                 3-2-0            .600                   2011 Tostitos Fiesta Bowl vs. Oklahoma (20-48, Jan. 1, 2011)
Louisville                14                 7-6-1            .536                   2010 Beef ‘O’ Brady’s Bowl vs. Southern Mississippi (31-28, Dec. 21, 2010)
Pittsburgh                27               12-15-0            .444                   2011 BBVA Compass Bowl vs. Kentucky (27-10, Jan. 8, 2011)
Rutgers                    6                 4-2-0            .667                   2009 St. Petersburg Bowl vs. UCF (45-24, Dec. 19, 2009)
USF                        6                 4-2-0            .667                   2010 Meineke Car Care Bowl vs. Clemson (31, 26, Dec. 31, 2010)
Syracuse                  23                13-9-1            .587                   2010 New Era Pinstripe Bowl vs. Kansas State (36-34, Dec. 30, 2010)
West Virginia             30               13-17-0            .433                   2010 Champs Sports Bowl vs. North Carolina State (7-23, Dec. 28, 2010)




Big EaSt in        2010-11 BOWL RESULtS
2010-11 BOWL gamES Beef	‘o’	Brady’s	Bowl	St.	Petersburg	•	Dec.	21
                                                      louisville	31,	Southern	Mississippi	28
BBVA	coMPASS	BoWl	(5-0)                               louisville: Justin Burke, 20-of-32, 178 yards, 2 TDs; Bilal Powell, 18 att., 75 yards, 1 TD;
12-23-06 USF 24, East Carolina 7                      Doug Beaumont, 7 rec., 57 yards; Brandon Heath, 11 tackles, 1 sack.
12-22-07 CINCINNATI 31, Southern Mississippi 21
12-29-08 RUTGERS 29, North Carolina State 23
1-2-10   CONNECTICUT 20, South Carolina 7
1-8-11   PITTSBURGH 27, Kentucky 10                   champs	Sports	Bowl	•	Dec.	28
                                                      North	carolina	State	23,	West	Virginia	7
BeeF	‘o’	BrADY’S	BoWl	St.	PeterSBUrG	(3-0)            West	 Virginia: Geno Smith, 22-of-39, 196 yards, 1 TD, 1 INT; 12 att., 59 yards; Jock
12-20-08 USF 41, Memphis 14                           Sanders, 5 rec., 58 yards; J.T. Thomas, 10 tackles; Bruce Irvin, 2 sacks.
12-19-09 RUTGERS 45, Central Florida 24
12-21-10 LOUISVILLE 31, Southern Mississippi 28

chAMPS	SPortS	BoWl	(1-2)
                                                      New	era	Pinstripe	Bowl	•	Dec.	30
12-20-01 PITTSBURGH 34, North Carolina State 19
12-21-04 Georgia Tech 51, SYRACUSE 14                 Syracuse	36,	kansas	State	34
12-28-10 North Carolina State 23, WEST VIRGINIA 7     Syracuse: Delone Carter, 27 att., 198 yards, 2 TDs; Ryan Nassib, 13-of-21, 239 yards, 3
                                                      TDs; Marcus Sales, 5 rec., 172 yards, 3 TDs; Derrell Smith, 11 tackles.
MeINeke	cAr	cAre	BoWl	(4-4)
12-28-02 Virginia 48, WEST VIRGINIA 22
12-27-03 Virginia 23, PITTSBURGH 16
12-30-04 BOSTON COLLEGE 37, North Carolina 24         Meineke	car	care	Bowl	•	Dec.	31
12-31-05 NC State 14, USF 0                           USF	31,	clemson	26
12-29-07 Wake Forest 24, CONNECTICUT 10               USF: B.J. Daniels, 20-of-27, 189 yards, 2 TDs, 1 INT; Moise Plancher, 14 att., 50 yards, 1 TD;
12-27-08 WEST VIRGINIA 31, North Carolina 30          Lindsey Lamar, 5 rec., 40 yards; Quenton Washington, 1 INT, 45 yards; 1 blocked kick.
12-26-09 PITTSBURGH 19, North Carolina 17
12-31-10 USF 31, Clemson 26
Continental Tire Bowl (2002-04)
                                                      tostitos	Fiesta	Bowl	•	Jan.	1
NeW	erA	PINStrIPe	BoWl	(1-0)                          oklahoma	48,	connecticut	20
12-30-10 SYRACUSE 36, Kansas State 34                 connecticut: Jordan Todman, 32 att., 121 yards; Zach Frazer, 19-of-39, 223 yards, 2 INT;
                                                      Kashif Moore, 4 rec., 62 yards; Scott Lutrus, 11 tackles.
toStItoS	FIeStA	BoWl	(2-5)
1-1-93     SYRACUSE 26, Colorado 22
1-1-94     Arizona 29, MIAMI 0
12-31-97 Kansas State 35, SYRACUSE 18
1-3-03     Ohio State 31, MIAMI 24 (2ot)              BBVA	compass	Bowl	•	Jan.	8
1-1-05     Utah 35, PITTSBURGH 7                      Pittsburgh	27,	kentucky	10
1-2-08     WEST VIRGINIA 48, Oklahoma 28              Pittsburgh: Dion Lewis, 22 att., 105 yards, 1 TD; Tino Sunseri, 9-of-19, 96 yards, 1 TD, 1 INT;
1-1-11     Oklahoma 48, CONNECTICUT 20                Dom DeCicco, 9 tackles, 1 FF; Dan Hutchins, 2-2 FG, 2-2 PAT; 39.3 punting average.
BOWL cHamPiOnSHiP SERiES
About	the	BcS                                        BcS	Automatic	Qualifications	                               BcS	Schedule	of	Games
                                                      1.   The top two teams in the final BCS                         January	2011
  The Bowl Champi-
onship Series, which                                       Standings will play in the national cham-
enters its 13th season                                     pionship game.
in 2010-11, is a five-
game      arrangement                                 2.   The champions of the Atlantic Coast,
for postseason college                                     BIG EAST, Big Ten, Big 12, Pac-10 and
football that is designed to match the two top-            Southeastern conferences automatically
rated teams in a national championship game                qualify for BCS games each year.
and to create exciting and competitive match-
ups between eight other highly regarded teams         3.   One team from among the champions
in four other BCS games.                                   of Conference USA, the Mid-American              rose	Bowl	Game	presented	by	Vizio
  The BCS has been undeniably successful in                Conference, the Mountain West                          Jan. 1 • Pasadena, Calif.
achieving those goals. Thanks to the BCS, the              Conference, the Sun Belt Conference, or                   TCU vs. Wisconsin
top two teams have played each other 12                    the Western Athletic Conference auto-
times in 12 years by BCS measurements and                  matically qualify for a BCS game if either:
nine times in the last 12 years according to               A. Such team is ranked in the top 12 of
the Associated Press poll. Additionally, it has            the final BCS Standings, or, B. Such team
provided more access to the major bowls for all            is ranked in the top 16 of the final BCS
11 conferences, more television exposure and               Standings and its ranking in the final
more postseason revenue than ever before.                  BCS Standings is higher than that of a
  The BCS also allows for preserving the signifi-          champion of a conference that has an
cance of the regular season, which is the most             annual automatic berth in one of the
meaningful in sports. It also maintains the bowl           BCS bowls.
                                                                                                                  tostitos	Fiesta	Bowl
season to the benefit of dozens of universities
                                                                                                                 Jan. 1 • Glendale, Ariz.
each year.                                            4.   Notre Dame will automatically qualify
                                                                                                                Connecticut vs. Oklahoma
  The BIG EAST has been a charter member in                for a BCS bowl if it is in the top eight of
the championship agreement. The league con-                the final BCS Standings.
tinues as an automatic qualifier in the new BCS
agreement that began in 2006.                         5.   If any of the 10 slots remain open after
  The Tostitos Fiesta Bowl, Discover Orange                application of provisions 1 through 4,
Bowl, Allstate Sugar Bowl and Rose Bowl Game               and an at-large team from a conference
presented by Vizio joined with the BIG EAST,               with an annual automatic berth for its
Atlantic Coast, Big Ten, Big 12, Pacific-10 and            champion is ranked No. 3 in the final
Southeastern Conferences and the University                BCS Standings, that team shall become
of Notre Dame to form the Bowl Championship                an automatic qualifier.
Series. In the existing BCS agreement, each
bowl will host two games once every four years        6.   If any of the 10 slots remain open after               Discover	orange	Bowl
- its traditional game plus the BCS National               application of provisions 1 through 5,              Jan. 3 • Miami Gardens, Fla.
Championship contest approximately one                     and if Step No. 5 has not been applied                Stanford vs. Virginia Tech
week later.                                                and an at-large team from a conference
  The BCS is managed by the commissioners of               with an annual automatic berth for its
the 11 NCAA Football Bowl Subdivision confer-              champion is ranked No. 4 in the final
ences, the director of athletics at the University         BCS Standings, that team shall become
of Notre Dame and representatives of the bowl              an automatic qualifier.
organizations. The conference commissioners
and the Notre Dame athletics director make            7.   If any slots remain unfilled after the
decisions regarding all BCS issues, in consulta-           placement of all teams qualifying for an
tion with an athletics directors advisory group            automatic berth, then the bowls shall
and subject to approval of a presidential over-            choose their participants from the “pool
sight committee whose members represent all                of eligible teams” (see below.)                         Allstate	Sugar	Bowl
                                                                                                                 Jan. 4 • New Orleans, La.
120 Division I-A programs.
                                                                                                                  Ohio State vs. Arkansas
  The BCS conferences have a contract with           Pool	of	eligible	teams	
ESPN to televise the games through the 2013-           If berths are available after the automatic
14 season.                                           qualifiers have been identified, then the bowls
                                                     shall select at-large participants from the “pool
                                                     of eligible teams,” which shall include any
                                                     Bowl Subdivision team that is bowl-eligible and
                                                     meets the following requirements:
                                                          A. Has won at least nine regular-season
                                                              games, not including exempted games,
                                                              and
                                                          B. Is among the top 14 teams in the final      tostitos	BcS	National	championship	Game
                                                              BCS standings.                                       Jan. 10 • Glendale, Ariz.
                                                                                                                     Oregon vs. Auburn
Big EaSt 2010 BOWL LinEUP
the	New	lineup                                                                              champs	Sports	Bowl
  In addition to the Bowl Championship Series, the BIG EAST Conference                 Florida	citrus	Bowl	•	orlando,	Fla.
also has agreements with a number of other postseason bowl games.
                                                                                              Dec.	28,	2010	•	eSPN
The conference’s new lineup, which begins with the 2010 season, has the
BIG EAST paired against three of the other five automatic-qualifying Bowl
Championship Series conferences in the postseason, giving the BIG EAST its                           vs.
strongest bowl partnerships in its history.
  The BIG EAST announced a four-year agreement with Florida Citrus Sports
and the Champs Sports Bowl to send a team to the Orlando, Fla., game
beginning in the 2010 season.
  The Champs Sports Bowl will have the first selection from the BIG EAST
after the league’s BCS representative has been determined. The BIG EAST’s
opponent in the Champs Sports Bowl will be from the Atlantic Coast                        Meineke	car	care	Bowl
Conference.                                                                        Bank	of	America	Stadium	•	charlotte,	N.c.
  The Champs Sports Bowl will have the opportunity to select Notre Dame,                    Dec.	31,	2010	•	eSPN
in place of a BIG EAST team, once during the four-year agreement.
  The BIG EAST has extended its agreement with the Meineke Car Care Bowl
in Charlotte, N.C., through the 2013 season as well. The Meineke Car Care                            vs.
Bowl will have the BIG EAST’s third selection, after the BCS and Champs
Sports Bowl.
  The BIG EAST has been aligned with the Meineke Car Care Bowl since the
inception of the game in 2002. The game has averaged more than 62,000
fans and was named one of the five best startups in sports in the previous
five years by Sports Business Journal.
  The 2010 season will feature the introduction of a new bowl game in New                New	era	Pinstripe	Bowl
York City when the BIG EAST participates in the first New Era Pinstripe Bowl            Yankee	Stadium	•	Bronx,	N.Y.
at Yankee Stadium. The New Era Pinstripe Bowl will pit the fourth overall                  Dec.	30,	2010	•	eSPN
selection from the BIG EAST against a team from the Big 12 Conference for
each of the next four seasons. In the event that the Big 12 is unable to sup-
ply a team for the game, Notre Dame could step in as the opponent of the                             vs.
BIG EAST’s representative.
  The BIG EAST completed its bowl lineup in April 2010 by renewing deals
with the BBVA Compass Bowl in Birmingham, Ala., and the Beef ‘O’Brady’s
Bowl in St. Petersburg, Fla. The conference also announced a new agree-
ment with the AutoZone Liberty Bowl in Memphis, Tenn. The BIG EAST will
send teams to two of those three games in each of the 2010-13 seasons.
  The BBVA Compass Bowl pairs a BIG EAST team against an opponent from                      BBVA	compass	Bowl
the Southeastern Conference at Legion Field in Birmingham. BIG EAST teams               legion	Field	•	Birmingham,	Ala.
are a combined 4-0 in the Birmingham Bowl.                                                    Jan.	8,	2011	•	eSPN
  If a BIG EAST team is chosen for the AutoZone Liberty Bowl, the confer-
ence’s representative would face either the Conference USA champion or an
opponent from the Southeastern Conference.                                                           vs.
  The Beef ‘O’ Brady’s Bowl will be played for the third time in 2010 with the
BIG EAST scoring wins in each of the first two games. The BIG EAST will face
Conference USA at Tropicana Field in St. Petersburg.



                                                                                          AutoZone	liberty	Bowl
                                                                                 liberty	Bowl	Memorial	Stadium	•	Memphis,	tenn.
                                                                                              Dec.	31,	2010	•	eSPN

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                                                                                   Beef	‘o’	Brady’s	Bowl	St.	Petersburg
                                                                                      tropicana	Field	•	St.	Petersburg,	Fla.
                                                                                             Dec.	21,	2010	•	eSPN

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Big EaSt On tELEViSiOn & RadiO
the	NAtIoNAl	SceNe                                                        BIG	eASt	NetWork	GAMe	oF	the	Week
The BIG EAST will have an extensive schedule of games on national tele-   Numerous BIG EAST contests will be broadcast by ESPN Regional
vision. The following telecasts were known at press time. Other games     Television as part of its BIG EAST Network Game of the Week package.
will be added via the 12-day and 6-day advance selection process.         The following dates and games were scheduled at press time. Many
                                                                          picks will be made later in the season as 12-day selections (schedule
ABC                                                                       subject to change; BIG EAST games in CAPS).
Sat., Sept. 4      Connecticut at Michigan              3:30 p.m.
                   Kentucky at Louisville               3:30 p.m.         Sat., Sept. 25    Buffalo at Connecticut
Fri., Nov. 26      WEST VIRGINIA at PITTSBURGH              Noon          Sat., Oct. 2      Vanderbilt at Connecticut
Sat., Dec. 4       RUTGERS at WEST VIRGINIA                 Noon          Sat., Oct. 9      SYRACUSE at USF
                                                                          Sat., Oct. 16     PITTSBURGH at SYRACUSE
                                                                          Sat., Oct. 23     RUTGERS at PITTSBURGH
eSPN                                                                      Sat., Oct. 30     LOUISVILLE at PITTSBURGH
Fri., Sept. 10     West Virginia at Marshall               7 p.m..        Sat., Nov. 6      LOUISVILLE at SYRACUSE
Thu., Sept. 16     Cincinnati at North Carolina State   7:30 p.m.         Sat., Nov. 13     CINCINNATI at WEST VIRGINIA
Thu., Sept. 23     Miami (Fla.) at Pittsburgh           7:30 p.m.         Sat., Nov. 20     WEST VIRGINIA at LOUISVILLE
Fri., Oct. 8       CONNECTICUT at RUTGERS               7:30 p.m.         Sat., Nov. 27     CINCINNATI at CONNECTICUT
Thu., Oct. 14      USF at WEST VIRGINIA                 7:30 p.m.
Fri., Oct. 15      CINCINNATI at LOUISVILLE                8 p.m.         the	BIG	eASt/ISP	NAtIoNAl	rADIo	NetWork
Thu., Nov. 11      PITTSBURGH at CONNECTICUT            7:30 p.m.         Six conference matchups highlight the 2009 BIG EAST/ISP Football Game
Sat., Nov. 27      Boston College at Syracuse               Noon          of the Week schedule. The affiliate list will vary from week to week, de-
Sat., Dec. 4       PITTSBURGH at CINCINNATI                 Noon          pending on game times, prior station commitments and blackout restric-
                                                                          tions protecting BIG EAST member school networks. Last year’s affiliate
eSPN2                                                                     list had stations representing 15 of the country’s top 20 radio markets.
Sat., Sept. 4      Cincinnati at Fresno State            10 p.m.          Most games will be carried on Sirius XM satellite radio. In addition to the
Sat., Sept. 25     Oklahoma at Cincinnati                 6 p.m.          radio presence, the broadcasts will be available on the BIG EAST’s official
                   West Virginia at Louisiana State       9 p.m.          website at BigEast.tv.
Sat., Oct. 23      SYRACUSE at WEST VIRGINIA               Noon
                                                                          2010	BIG	eASt/ISP	Football	Game	of	the	Week	Schedule
Fri., Oct. 22      USF at CINCINNATI                      8 p.m.          Thurs., Sept. 23  Miami (Fla.) at Pittsburgh                     7:30 p.m.
Fri., Oct. 29      WEST VIRGINIA at CONNECTICUT           8 p.m.          Thurs., Oct. 14   USF at WEST VIRGINIA                           7:30 p.m.
Wed., Nov. 3       RUTGERS at USF                         7 p.m.          Fri., Oct. 22     USF at CINCINNATI                                 8 p.m.
Sat., Nov. 20      PITTSBURGH at USF                       Noon           Fri., Oct. 29     WEST VIRGINIA at CONNECTICUT                      8 p.m.
Fri., Nov. 26      LOUISVILLE at RUTGERS                 11 a.m.          Wed., Nov. 3      RUTGERS at USF                                    7 p.m.
Sat., Nov. 27      Boston College at Syracuse              Noon           Fri., Nov. 26     WEST VIRGINIA at PITTSBURGH                        Noon
Sat., Dec. 4       CONNECTICUT at USF                     8 p.m.          Sat., Dec. 4      PITTSBURGH at CINCINNATI                           Noon

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Thu., Sept. 2      Norfolk State at Rutgers            7:30 p.m.          the	BIG	eASt	oN	SNY
Sat., Sept. 4      Syracuse at Akron                      6 p.m.          The BIG EAST and SNY announced a comprehensive multi-year partnership
Sat., Sept. 11     New Hampshire at Pittsburgh            1 p.m.          in 2008 that will feature more than 800 hours of conference programming
Sat., Sept. 25     Colgate at Syracuse                 3:30 p.m.          in the New York metropolitan area. SNY will carry a minimum of 16 football
Sat., Oct. 2       Tulane at Rutgers                      2 p.m.          games per season, including the BIG EAST Network Game of the Week,
                   Florida International at Pittsburgh 3:30 p.m.          which will be wrapped by in-depth pregame, halftime and postgame shows.
                   Louisville at Arkansas State           7 p.m.          The network also will air weekly BIG EAST football coaches shows.
Sat., Oct. 9       Memphis at Louisville                  2 p.m.
                   Miami (Ohio) at Cincinnati             7 p.m.          the	BIG	eASt	oN	the	DIAl
Sat., Oct. 16       Army at Rutgers                       2 p.m.          BIG EAST football games are broadcast by major commercial stations or
                                                                          wide-ranging radio networks.
eSPNU
Sat., Sept. 18     Maryland at West Virginia                Noon          	           School	         Flagships	      Dial
Sat., Sept. 25     North Carolina at Rutgers            3:30 p.m.                     Cincinnati      WLW-AM          700
Sat., Oct. 11      CONNECTICUT at LOUISVILLE            3:30 p.m.                     Connecticut     WTIC-AM         1080
Sat., Oct. 30      SYRACUSE at CINCINNATI                   Noon                      Louisville      WHAS-AM         840
Sat., Nov. 13      USF at LOUISVILLE                        Noon                                      WKRD -AM        790
                   SYRACUSE at RUTGERS                      Noon                      Pittsburgh      KDKA-FM         93.7
Sat., Nov. 20      CONNECTICUT at SYRACUSE                 7 p.m.                     Rutgers         WOR-AM          710
Sat., Nov. 27      USF at Miami (Fla.)                      Noon                                      WCTC-AM         1450
                                                                                      USF             WFLA -AM        970
NBc                                                                                   Syracuse        WTKW-FM         99.5
Sat., Oct. 9       Pittsburgh at Notre Dame             3:30 p.m.                     West Virginia   WAJR-AM         1440

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Thu., Sept. 2      Pittsburgh at Utah                   8:30 p.m.

All	times	eastern	and	subject	to	change.
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The BIG EAST football coaches will hold a weekly            Media members may access PDF versions of the
teleconference for the media beginning Monday, Aug.         complete weekly release, including conference and                   .
                                                                                                                      BIG EAST	 .........................................chuck	Sullivan
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                                                                                                                         Phone ......................................... (401) 453-0660
season, concluding Nov. 29. Each coach will be avail-       updates of the weekly release will be distributed via
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begins promptly at 11 a.m. with the order of schools                                                                  cincinnati	........................................... ryan	koslen
as follows:                                                 VIDeo	coNteNt                                                Phone ......................................... (513) 497-3132
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                                                                             Football Contacts                        Syracuse	................................. Sue	cornelius	edson
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legepressbox.com.                                                  Assistant	Director	of	communications
                                                                        email: mcoyne@bigeast.org

                                                                                Jared	hager
                                                                         communications	Assistant
                                                                         email: jhager@bigeastorg

                                                                                 katie	Parker
                                                                         communications	Assistant
                                                                         email: kparker@bigeast.org
ScHEdULES & RESULtS
cINcINNAtI	(4-8,	2-5	BIG	eASt)	                                                 rank	                   offense	                          Defense
Date	   opponent	                                   result	    Attend.	      cin	 opp	     rush	   Pass	 total	 Passing	   to	   rush	   Pass	 total	   to
9/4     at Fresno State (ESPN2)                   L, 14-28     37,238      rv/rv     -/-    15     219 234 24-41-0          1     49     247 296         1
9/11    Indiana State (FS Ohio)                    W, 40-7     30,807      rv/rv     -/-   263     130 393 11-17-0          2     93     161 254         1
9/16    at North Carolina State (ESPN)            L, 19-30     55,934       -/rv rv/-       75     310 385 19-31-0          1    162     329 491         2
9/25    Oklahoma ^ (ESPN2)                        L, 29-31     58,253         -/-   8/9    156     305 461 23-38-1          4     82     370 452         1
10/9    Miami (Ohio) (ESPN3.com)                   W, 45-3     33,909         -/-    -/-   384     225 609 15-21-0          0     42     227 269         0
10/15   at LOUISVILLE (ESPN)                      W, 35-27     55,106         -/-    -/-   178     275 453 18-28-2          3    228     206 434         0
10/22   USF (ESPN2)                               L, 30-38     32,670         -/-    -/-    78     512 590 34-61-1          1     92     286 378         0
10/30   SYRACUSE (ESPNU)                           L, 7-31     32,072         -/- rv/rv    109     168 277 21-39-1          3    137     125 262         2
11/13   at WEST VIRGINIA (BIG EAST Network)       L, 10-37     56,593         -/- rv/rv     60     221 281 25-45-2          4    245     174 419         2
11/20   RUTGERS (BIG EAST Network)                W, 69-38     30,265         -/-    -/-   295     366 661 23-40-1          1     -9     400 391         2
11/27   at CONNECTICUT (BIG EAST Network)         L, 17-38     40,000         -/-    -/-   111     288 399 26-50-4          5    236     121 357         1
12/4    PITTSBURGH (ESPN)                         L, 10-28     27,496         -/-    -/-   156     109 265 12-24-3          4    272     158 430         2

^ at Paul Brown Stadium

coNNectIcUt	(8-5,	5-2	BIG	eASt)	                                               rank	                    offense	                          Defense
Date	   opponent	                                   result	 Attend.	      conn	 opp	       rush	   Pass	 total	 Passing	   to	   rush	   Pass	 total	   to
9/4     at Michigan (ABC)                         L, 10-30 113,090        rv/rv     -/-    138     205 343 18-38-0          1    287     186 473         0
9/11    Texas Southern (BIG EAST Network)          W, 62-3 37,359          -/rv     -/-    307     137 444 9-15-0           1     18     151 169         4
9/18    at Temple (BIG EAST Network Local)        L, 19-30 18,702          -/rv -/rv       240     150 390 16-33-0          1    194     162 356         1
9/25    Buffalo (BIG EAST Network)                W, 45-21 36,738            -/-    -/-    166     233 399 14-25-1          3    141     227 368         4
10/2    Vanderbilt (BIG EAST Network)             W, 40-21 40,000            -/-    -/-    196     179 375 21-30-1          2    169     157 326         3
10/8    at RUTGERS (ESPN)                         L, 24-27 48,431            -/-    -/-    131     153 284 17-34-1          1     88     365 453         0
10/23   at LOUISVILLE (ESPNU)                      L, 0-26 48,591            -/-    -/-    108      87    195 10-20-1       3    160     195 355         0
10/29   WEST VIRGINIA (ESPN2)                  ot W, 16-13 40,000            -/- rv/rv     112     166 278 18-29-0          0    254     160 414         4
11/11   PITTSBURGH (ESPN)                         W, 30-28 35,391            -/- rv/rv     249     100 349 9-20-1           1    143     220 363         3
11/20   at SYRACUSE (ESPNU)                        W, 23-6 41,465            -/- rv/rv     156      98    254 13-21-0       1     64     171 235         2
11/27   CINCINNATI (BIG EAST Network)             W, 38-17 40,000            -/-    -/-    236     121 357 11-24-1          1    111     288 399         5
12/4    at USF (ESPN2)                            W, 19-16 41,809          rv/- -/rv       120     112 232 13-29-1          2    138     195 333         3
1/1     vs. Oklahoma (ESPN) ^                     L, 20-48 67,232         25/rv    8/9     112     223 335 19-39-2          2     95     429 524         2

^ Tostitos Fiesta Bowl, Glendale, Ariz.


LOUISVILLE	(7-6,	3-4	BIG	eASt)	                                                rank	                    offense	                           Defense
Date	   opponent	                                result	 Attend.	           lou	 opp	      rush	   Pass	 total	 Passing	   to	   rush	   Pass	 total	   to
9/4     Kentucky (ABC)                         L, 16-23 55,327               -/-    -/-    190     127 317 14-29-1          2    230     236 466         0
9/11    Eastern Kentucky (BIG EAST Network) W, 23-13 51,427                  -/-    -/-    169     219 388 15-23-1          3     92     138 230         2
9/18    at Oregon State (FSN Northwest)        L, 28-35 45,379               -/- 25/rv     165     288 453 22-38-1          2    177     142 319         0
10/2    at Arkansas State (ESPN3.com)         W, 34-24 25,219                -/-    -/-    267     308 575 20-33-1          2    200     209 409         4
10/9    Memphis (ESPN3.com)                    W, 56-0 48,427                -/-    -/-    299     275 574 17-22-0          0     39     184 223         1
10/15   CINCINNATI (ESPN)                      L, 27-35 55,106               -/-    -/-    228     206 434 19-28-0          0    178     275 453         3
10/23   CONNECTICUT (ESPNU)                    W, 26-0 48,591                -/-    -/-    160     195 355 18-30-0          0    108      87    195      3
10/30   at PITTSBURGH (BIG EAST Network)        L, 3-20 48,562               -/-    -/-    103      82    185 13-23-1       2    132     123 255         0
11/6    at SYRACUSE (BIG EAST Network)        W, 28-20 40,735                -/- rv/rv     160     143 303 13-25-0          1    101     155 256         1
11/13   USF (ESPNU)                         ot L, 21-24 43,887               -/-    -/-    182     146 328 16-31-2          2    172      87    259      1
11/20   WEST VIRGINIA (BIG EAST Network)       L, 10-17 51,772               -/-    -/-     26     145 171 12-24-1          1    128     133 261         1
11/26   at RUTGERS (ESPN2)                    W, 40-13 37,422                -/-    -/-    217     210 427 18-25-0          0    149     181 330         2
12/21   vs. Southern Mississippi (ESPN) ^     W, 31-28 20,017                -/-    -/-    109     178 287 20-32-0          1    170     226 396         1

^ Beef ‘O’ Brady’s Bowl St. Petersburg, St. Petersburg, Fla.


PIttSBUrGh	(8-5,	5-2	BIG	eASt)	                                                 rank	                   offense	                           Defense
Date	   opponent	                                    result	   Attend.	     Pitt	 opp	     rush	   Pass	 total	 Passing	   to	   rush	   Pass	 total	   to
9/2     at Utah (Versus)                        ot L, 24-27    45,730     15/15 rv/24       82     184 266 16-28-1          2    122     283 405         3
9/11    New Hampshire (ESPN3.com)                 W, 38-16     50,120      rv/rv     -/-   169     276 445 25-36-1          1     73     225 298         1
9/23    Miami (Fla.) (ESPN)                         L, 3-31    58,115         -/- 19/19    128     104 232 13-24-2          3    100     248 348         2
10/2    Florida International (ESPN3.com)         W, 44-17     45,207         -/-    -/-   300     169 469 15-25-0          1     93     223 316         1
10/9    at Notre Dame (NBC)                        L, 17-23    80,795         -/-    -/-   110     272 382 27-39-1          2     87     242 329         0
10/16   at SYRACUSE (BIG EAST Network)            W, 45-14     40,168         -/-    -/-   123     266 389 17-24-0          0     77     231 308         4
10/23   RUTGERS (BIG EAST Network)                W, 41-21     50,425         -/-    -/-   206     307 513 22-28-1          2     95     108 203         2
10/30   LOUISVILLE (BIG EAST Network)              W, 20-3     48,562         -/-    -/-   132     123 255 13-24-0          0    103      82    185      2
11/11   at CONNECTICUT (ESPN)                      L, 28-30    35,391      rv/rv     -/-   143     220 363 20-28-2          3    249     100 349         1
11/20   at USF (ESPN2)                            W, 17-10     43,844         -/-    -/-   150     142 292 11-16-0          0    153     132 285         1
11/26   WEST VIRGINIA (ABC)                        L, 10-35    60,562         -/- rv/rv     78     284 362 28-46-1          4    148     212 360         0
12/4    at CINCINNATI (ESPN)                      W, 28-10     27,496         -/-    -/-   272     158 430 14-23-1          2    156     109 265         4
1/8     vs. Kentucky (ESPN) ^                     W, 27-10     41,207         -/-    -/-   261      96    357 9-19-1        1    104     211 315         1

BBVA Compass Bowl, Birmingham, Ala.
ScHEdULES & RESULtS
RUTGERS	(4-8,	1-6	BIG	eASt)	                                                     rank	                    offense	                          Defense
Date	   opponent	                                      result	   Attend.	     rut	 opp	      rush	   Pass	 total	 Passing	   to	   rush	   Pass	 total	   to
9/2     Norfolk State (ESPN3.com)                     W, 31-0    46,311        -/-    -/-    268     154 422 11-21-0          0     25     131 156         1
9/11    at Florida International (BIG EAST Network) W, 19-14     19,872        -/-    -/-     76      96    172 8-16-1        3    167     204 371         5
9/25    North Carolina (ESPNU)                       L, 13-17    52,038        -/-    -/-     87     157 244 17-32-2          2     91     204 295         3
10/2    Tulane (2 p.m., ESPN3.com)                   L, 14-17    47,963        -/-    -/-    148     205 353 15-34-1          1     37     208 245         0
10/8    CONNECTICUT (ESPN)                           W, 27-24    48,431        -/-    -/-     88     365 453 19-32-0          0    131     153 284         1
10/16   Army ^ (ESPN3.com)                        ot W, 23-20    41,292        -/-    -/-     -1     251 250 18-31-1          1    289     115 404         2
10/23   at PITTSBURGH (BIG EAST Network)             L, 21-41    50,425        -/-    -/-     95     108 203 10-22-1          2    206     307 513         2
11/3    at USF (ESPN2)                               L, 27-28    39,465        -/-    -/-     78     160 238 20-23-0          0    157     149 306         1
11/13   SYRACUSE (ESPNU)                             L, 10-13    49,911        -/- rv/rv     169     111 280 10-25-0          1     91     214 305         3
11/20   at CINCINNATI (BIG EAST Network)             L, 38-69    30,265        -/-    -/-     -9     400 391 21-33-2          2    295     366 661         1
11/26   LOUISVILLE (ESPN2)                           L, 13-40    37,422        -/-    -/-    149     181 330 15-34-2          2    217     210 427         0
12/4    at WEST VIRGINIA (ABC)                       L, 14-35    48,386        -/- 23/24      63     140 203 12-21-0          1    171     352 523         3

^ at New Meadowlands Stadium

USF	(8-5,	3-4	BIG	eASt)	                                                          rank	                   offense	                          Defense
Date	   opponent	                               result	          Attend.	     USF	 opp	      rush	   Pass	 total	 Passing	   to	   rush	   Pass	 total	   to
9/4     Stony Brook (BIG EAST Network)        W, 59-14           40,201       -/rv     -/-   180     383 563 24-36-0          2    142     112 254         4
9/11    at Florida (SEC Network)              L, 14-38           90,612       -/rv    8/6    244      86    330 6-23-4        5    251     172 423         0
9/25    Western Kentucky (BIG EAST Network) W, 24-12             40,276         -/-    -/-   226      57    283 7-11-1        1     88     226 314         1
10/2    Florida Atlantic (ESPN3.com)           W, 31-3           38,434         -/-    -/-   136     155 291 14-20-0          0     72     136 208         3
10/9    SYRACUSE (BIG EAST Network)            L, 9-13           41,917         -/-    -/-    95     124 219 9-23-2           2    178     129 307         1
10/14   at WEST VIRGINIA (ESPN)                L, 6-20           54,955         -/- 25/25     65     137 202 22-33-3          3     79     219 298         0
10/22   at CINCINNATI (ESPN2)                 W, 38-30           32,670         -/-    -/-    92     286 378 13-16-0          0     78     512 590         1
11/3    RUTGERS (ESPN2)                       W, 28-27           39,465         -/-    -/-   157     149 306 10-17-1          1     78     160 238         0
11/13   at LOUISVILLE (ESPNU)              ot W, 24-21           43,887         -/-    -/-   172      87    259 11-19-0       1    182     146 328         2
11/20   PITTSBURGH (ESPN2)                    L, 10-17           43,844         -/-    -/-   153     132 285 15-29-1          1    150     142 292         0
11/27   at Miami (Fla.) (ESPNU)            ot W, 23-20           41,148         -/- rv/rv    135     159 294 12-27-0          1    165     188 353         3
12/4    CONNECTICUT (ESPN2)                   L, 13-16           41,809       -/rv rv/-      138     195 333 22-41-3          3    120     112 232         2
12/31   vs. Clemson (ESPN) ^                  W, 31-26           41,122         -/-    -/-    90     189 279 20-28-1          2     50     246 296         2

^ Meineke Car Care Bowl, Charlotte, N.C.


SYRACUSE	(8-5,	4-3	BIG	eASt)	                                                     rank	                   offense	                           Defense
Date	   opponent	                                    result	     Attend.	      Syr	 opp	     rush	   Pass	 total	 Passing	   to	   rush	   Pass	 total	   to
9/4     at Akron (ESPN3.com)                        W, 29-3      15,969         -/-    -/-   202     229 431 17-27-1          3     55     111 166         0
9/11    at Washington (FSN Northwest)              L, 20-41      62,418         -/- -/rv     112     224 336 19-37-1          2    175     292 467         1
9/18    Maine (BIG EAST Network)                   W, 38-14      37,758         -/-    -/-    78     260 338 19-29-0          0     66     129 195         2
9/25    Colgate (ESPN3.com)                         W, 42-7      38,068         -/-    -/-   249     188 437 9-17-0           1    230     146 376         2
10/9    at USF (BIG EAST Network)                   W, 13-9      41,917         -/-    -/-   178     129 307 12-22-0          1     95     124 219         2
10/16   PITTSBURGH (BIG EAST Network)              L, 14-45      40,168         -/-    -/-    77     231 308 25-46-2          4    123     266 389         0
10/23   at WEST VIRGINIA (ESPN2)                   W, 19-14      58,122         -/- 20/19    183      63    246 5-15-0        1    106     178 284         3
10/30   at CINCINNATI (ESPNU)                       W, 31-7      32,072      rv/rv     -/-   137     125 262 16-26-1          2    109     168 277         3
11/6    LOUISVILLE (Noon)                          L, 20-28      40,735      rv/rv     -/-   101     155 256 19-32-0          1    160     143 303         1
11/13   at RUTGERS (ESPNU)                         W, 13-10      49,911      rv/rv     -/-    91     214 305 16-31-1          3    169     111 280         1
11/20   CONNECTICUT (ESPNU)                         L, 6-23      41,465      rv/rv     -/-    64     171 235 20-36-1          2    156      98    254      1
11/27   Boston College (ESPN)                       L, 7-16      42,191         -/-    -/-    91     147 238 15-24-1          1    205     110 315         1
12/30   vs. Kansas State (ESPN) ^                  W, 36-34      38,274         -/-    -/-   259     239 498 13-22-0          0    121     258 379         0

^ New Era Pinstripe Bowl, Bronx, N.Y.


WeSt	VIrGINIA	(9-4,	5-2	BIG	eASt)	                                                rank	                   offense	                           Defense
Date	   opponent	                                 result	 Attend.	           WVU	 opp	       rush	   Pass	 total	 Passing	   to	   rush	   Pass	 total	   to
9/4     Coastal Carolina (BIG EAST Network)     W, 31-0 57,862              24/25      -/-   184     216 400 23-32-1          3      63    123 186         2
9/10    at Marshall (ESPN)                  ot W, 24-21 41,382              23/22      -/-   153     316 469 32-45-0          2    135     229 364         1
9/18    Maryland (Noon, ESPNU)                 W, 31-17 60,122              21/21 rv/rv      201     268 469 19-30-1          3     -10    227 217         3
9/25    at Louisiana State (ESPN2)              L, 14-20 92,575             22/21 15/12       58     119 177 14-29-1          2    150      80    230      2
10/9    UNLV (BIG EAST Network Local)          W, 49-10 58,234               rv/rv     -/-   219     226 445 13-20-0          0      96    180 276         2
10/14   USF (ESPN)                              W, 20-6 54,955              25/25      -/-    79     219 298 24-31-0          0      65    137 202         3
10/23   SYRACUSE (ESPN2)                        L, 14-19 58,122             20/19      -/-   106     178 284 20-37-3          3    183      63    246      1
10/29   at CONNECTICUT (ESPN2)               ot L, 13-16 40,000              rv/rv     -/-   254     160 414 22-34-0          4    112     166 278         0
11/13   CINCINNATI (BIG EAST Network)          W, 37-10 56,593                  -/-    -/-   245     174 419 15-25-1          2      60    221 281         4
11/20   at LOUISVILLE (BIG EAST Network)       W, 17-10 51,772                  -/-    -/-   128     133 261 9-20-0           1      26    145 171         1
11/26   at PITTSBURGH (ABC)                    W, 35-10 60,562               rv/rv     -/-   148     212 360 9-12-0           0      78    284 362         4
12/4    RUTGERS (ABC)                          W, 35-14 48,386              23/24      -/-   171     352 523 23-28-0          3      63    140 203         1
12/28   vs. North Carolina State (ESPN) ^        L, 7-23 48,962             21/23 rv/rv      130     196 326 22-39-1          5    103     275 378         1

^ Champs Sports Bowl, Orlando, Fla.
2010 cOmPOSitE ScHEdULE & RESULtS
thursday,	September	2                                           Saturday,	october	23
Rutgers 31, Norfolk State 0 (ESPN3.com)                         PITTSBURGH 41, RUTGERS 21 (BIG EAST Network)
Utah 27, Pittsburgh 24 (ot) (Versus)                            SYRACUSE 19, WEST VIRGINIA 14 (ESPN2)
                                                                LOUISVILLE 26, CONNECTICUT 0 (ESPNU)
Saturday,	September	4
Michigan 30, Connecticut 10 ( ABC)                              Friday,	october	29
Kentucky 23, Louisville 16 (ABC)                                CONNECTICUT 16, WEST VIRGINIA 13 (ot) (ESPN2)
West Virginia 31, Coastal Carolina 0 (BIG EAST Network Local)
Syracuse 29, Akron 3 (ESPN3.com)                                Saturday,	october	30
USF 59, Stony Brook 14 (BIG EAST Network Local)                 SYRACUSE 31, CINCINNATI 7 (ESPNU)
Fresno State 28, Cincinnati 14 (ESPN2)                          PITTSBURGH 20, LOUISVILLE 3 (BIG EAST Network)

Friday,	September	10                                            Wednesday,	November	3
West Virginia 24, Marshall 21 (ot) (ESPN)                       USF 28, RUTGERS 27 (ESPN2)

Saturday,	September	11                                          Saturday,	November	6
Cincinnati 40, Indiana State 7 (FS Ohio)                        LOUISVILLE 28, SYRACUSE 20 (BIG EAST Network)
Connecticut 62, Texas Southern 3 (BIG EAST Network Local)
Florida 38, USF 14 (SEC Network)                                thursday,	November	11
Pittsburgh 38, New Hampshire 16 (ESPN3.com)                     CONNECTICUT 30, PITTSBURGH 28 (ESPN)
Louisville 23, Eastern Kentucky 13 (BIG EAST Network Local)
Washington 41, Syracuse 20 (FSN Northwest)                      Saturday,	November	13
Rutgers 19, Florida International 14 (BIG EAST Network Local)   WEST VIRGINIA 37, CINCINNATI 10 (BIG EAST Network)
                                                                USF 24, LOUISVILLE 21 (ot) (ESPNU)
thursday,	September	16                                          SYRACUSE 13, RUTGERS 10 (ESPNU)
North Carolina State 30, Cincinnati 19 (ESPN)
                                                                Saturday,	November	20
Saturday,	September	18                                          WEST VIRGINIA 17, LOUISVILLE 10 (BIG EAST Network)
West Virginia 31, Maryland 17 (ESPNU)                           PITTSBURGH 17, USF 10 (ESPN2)
Temple 30, Connecticut 16 (BIG EAST Network Local)              CONNECTICUT 23, SYRACUSE 6 (ESPNU)
Oregon State 35, Louisville 28 (FSN Northwest)                  CINCINNATI 69, RUTGERS 38 (BIG EAST Network)
Syracuse 38, Maine 14 (BIG EAST Network Local)
                                                                Friday,	November	26
thursday,	September	23                                          LOUISVILLE 40, RUTGERS 13 (ESPN2)
Miami (Fla.) 31, Pittsburgh 3 (ESPN)                            WEST VIRGINIA 35, PITTSBURGH 10 (ABC)

Saturday,	September	25                                          Saturday,	November	27
Connecticut 45, Buffalo 21 (BIG EAST Network)                   CONNECTICUT 38, CINCINNATI 17 (BIG EAST Network)
North Carolina 17, Rutgers 13 (ESPNU)                           Boston College 16, Syracuse 7 (ESPN)
Syracuse 42, Colgate 7 (ESPN3.com)                              USF 23, Miami (Fla.) 20 (ot) (ESPNU)
Oklahoma 31, Cincinnati 29 (ESPN2)
USF 24, Western Kentucky 12 (BIG EAST Network)                  Saturday,	December	4
Louisiana State 20, West Virginia 14 (ESPN2)                    PITTSBURGH 28, CINCINNATI 10 (ESPN)
                                                                WEST VIRGINIA 35, RUTGERS 14 (ABC)
Saturday,	october	2                                             CONNECTICUT 19, USF 16 (ESPN2)
Connecticut 40, Vanderbilt 21 (BIG EAST Network)
Tulane 17, Rutgers 14 (ESPN3.com)                               tuesday,	December	21
Pittsburgh 44, Florida International 17 (ESPN3.com)             Beef ‘O’ Brady’s Bowl St. Petersburg (ESPN)
USF 31, Florida Atlantic 3 (ESPN3.com)                          Louisville 31, Southern Mississippi 28
Louisville 34, Arkansas State 24 (ESPN3.com)
                                                                tuesday,	December	28
Friday,	october	8                                               Champs Sports Bowl (ESPN)
RUTGERS 27, CONNECTICUT 24 (ESPN)                               North Carolina State 23, West Virginia 7

Saturday,	october	9                                             thursday,	December	30
SYRACUSE 13, USF 9 (BIG EAST Network)                           New Era Pinstripe Bowl (ESPN)
Louisville 56, Memphis 0 (ESPN3.com)                            Syracuse 36, Kansas State 34
Notre Dame 23, Pittsburgh 17 (NBC)
West Virginia 49, UNLV 10 (BIG EAST Network Local)              Friday,	December	31
Cincinnati 45, Miami (Ohio) 3 (ESPN3.com)                       Meineke Car Care Bowl (ESPN)
                                                                USF 31, Clemson 26
thursday,	october	14
WEST VIRGINIA 20, USF 6 (ESPN)                                  Monday,	January	1
                                                                Tostitos Fiesta Bowl (ESPN)
Friday,	october	15                                              Oklahoma 48, Connecticut 20
CINCINNATI 35, LOUISVILLE 27 (ESPN)
                                                                Saturday,	January	8
Saturday,	october	16                                            BBVA Compass Bowl (ESPN)
PITTSBURGH 45, SYRACUSE 14 (BIG EAST Network)                   Pittsburgh 27, Kentucky 10
Rutgers 23, Army 20 (ESPN3.com)
                                                                All times Eastern
Friday,	october	22
USF 38, CINCINNATI 30 (ESPN2)
                                                    2010 BIG EAST Conference
                                       Individual Statistics Through games of Jan 09, 2011

      RUSHING                Cl   G     Att.    Yds Avg. TD      Lg    Avg/G          TOTAL OFFENSE            Cl   G Rush Pass         Plays            Total     Yds/G
 1.   TODMAN, Jordan-CONN    Jr   12   334     1695    5.1 14 66 141.2           1.   COLLAROS, Zach-CIN       Jr   11    202   2902        504      3104          282.2
 2.   POWELL, Bilal-LOU      Sr   12   229     1405    6.1 11 85 117.1           2.   SMITH, Geno-WVU          So   13    217   2763        478      2980          229.2
 3.   CARTER, Delone-SYR     Sr   13   231     1233    5.3 9 60 94.8             3.   SUNSERI,Tino-PITT        So   13    108   2572        399      2680          206.2
 4.   PEAD, Isaiah-CIN       Jr   11   157     1029    6.6 6 80 93.5             4.   NASSIB, Ryan-SYR         Jr   13    -39   2334        424      2295          176.5
 5.   LEWIS,Dion-PITT        So   12   219     1061    4.8 13 76 88.4            5.   DANIELS,BJ-USF           So   12    259   1685        357      1944          162.0
 6.   GRAHAM,Ray-PITT        So   12   148      922    6.2 8 79 76.8             6.   TODMAN, Jordan-CONN      Jr   12   1695      0        334      1695          141.2
 7.   DEVINE, Noel-WVU       Sr   13   209      936    4.5 6 50 72.0             7.   FRAZER, Zach-CONN        Sr   11     14   1425        290      1439          130.8
 8.   PLANCHER,Moise-USF     Sr   13   176      793    4.5 5 21 61.0             8.   DODD, Chas-RUT           Fr   11   -253   1637        285      1384          125.8
 9.   MURRAY, Demetris-USF   So   11   120      542    4.5 4 67 49.3             9.   POWELL, Bilal-LOU        Sr   12   1405      0        229      1405          117.1
10.   BAILEY, Antwon-SYR     Jr   13   114      554    4.9 2 31 42.6            10.   CARTER, Delone-SYR       Sr   13   1233      0        231      1233           94.8

      PASSING AVG/GAME       Cl   G     Comp-Att-Int      Yds TD       Avg/G        SCORING                    Cl   G TD FG        XPT       2XP          Pts      Pts/G
 1.   COLLAROS, Zach-CIN     Jr   11 225-383-14          2902    26    263.8     1. TEGGART, Dave-CONN         Jr   13 0 25            36           0 111            8.5
 2.   SMITH, Geno-WVU        So   13 241-372-7           2763    24    212.5     2. HUTCHINS,Dan-PITT          Sr   13 0 18            40           0 94             7.2
 3.   SUNSERI,Tino-PITT      So   13 223-346-9           2572    16    197.8     3. TODMAN, Jordan-CONN        Jr   12 14 0             0           0 84             7.0
 4.   NASSIB, Ryan-SYR       Jr   13 202-358-8           2334    19    179.5          POWELL, Bilal-LOU        Sr   12 14 0             0           0 84             7.0
 5.   DODD, Chas-RUT         Fr   11 123-223-7           1637    11    148.8     5.   LEWIS,Dion-PITT          So   12 13 0             0           0 78             6.5
 6.   DANIELS,BJ-USF         So   12 143-245-13          1685    11    140.4     6.   KRAUTMAN, Ross-SYR       Fr   13 0 18            30           0 84             6.5
 7.   FRAZER, Zach-CONN      Sr   11 136-261-6           1425     5    129.5     7.   PHILPOTT, Chris-LOU      Jr   13 0 14            41           0 83             6.4
 8.   SANU, Mohamed-RUT      So   12   6-9-0              160     3     13.3     8.   ROGERS, Jacob-CIN        Sr   12 0 11            38           0 71             5.9
 9.   BEAUMONT, Doug-LOU     Sr   11   1-1-0               27     0      2.5     9.   TE, San San-RUT          Jr   12 0 14            26           0 68             5.7
10.   DEERING, Jeremy-RUT    Fr   12   3-4-0                6     0      0.5    10.   BITANCURT, Tyle-WVU      So   13 0 10            41           0 71             5.5

      PASS EFFICIENCY        Cl   G     Comp-Att-Int      Yds TD         Eff.       SCORING (TDs)              Cl   G TD Run Pass Ret Pat                     Pts Avg/G
 1.   SMITH, Geno-WVU        So   13 241-372-7           2763    24    144.7     1. POWELL, Bilal-LOU          Sr   12   14 11 3            0        0        84     7.0
 2.   COLLAROS, Zach-CIN     Jr   11 225-383-14          2902    26    137.5          TODMAN, Jordan-CONN      Jr   12   14 14 0            0        0        84     7.0
 3.   SUNSERI,Tino-PITT      So   13 223-346-9           2572    16    137.0     3.   LEWIS,Dion-PITT          So   12   13 13 0            0        0        78     6.5
 4.   DODD, Chas-RUT         Fr   11 123-223-7           1637    11    126.8     4.   WOODS, DJ-CIN            Jr   12   10 2 8             0        0        60     5.0
 5.   NASSIB, Ryan-SYR       Jr   13 202-358-8           2334    19    124.2          BINNS, Armon-CIN         Sr   12   10 0 10            0        0        60     5.0
 6.   DANIELS,BJ-USF         So   12 143-245-13          1685    11    120.3          GRAHAM,Ray-PITT          So   12   10 8 2             0        0        60     5.0
 7.   FRAZER, Zach-CONN      Sr   11 136-261-6           1425     5     99.7     7.   HARRISON, Mark-RUT       So   12    9 0 9             0        0        54     4.5
                                                                                 8.   AUSTIN, Tavon-WVU        So   13    9 1 8             0        0        54     4.2
      RECEPTIONS/GAME        Cl   G     No.     Yds TD    Lg    Yds/G Rec/G           CARTER, Delone-SYR       Sr   13    9 9 0             0        0        54     4.2
 1. BINNS, Armon-CIN         Sr   12    75     1101 10 62       91.8     6.2    10.   PEAD, Isaiah-CIN         Jr   11    7 6 1             0        0        42     3.8
 2. SANDERS, Jock-WVU        Sr   13    69      728 4 48        56.0     5.3
 3. WOODS, DJ-CIN            Jr   12    57      898 8 69        74.8     4.8          SCORING (KICK)           Cl   G      PAT          FG                Pts      Avg/G
 4. AUSTIN, Tavon-WVU        So   13    58      787 8 71        60.5     4.5     1.   TEGGART, Dave-CONN       Jr   13    36-36        25-31             111         8.5
 5. BALDWIN,Jon-PITT         Jr   13    53      822 5 61        63.2     4.1     2.   HUTCHINS,Dan-PITT        Sr   13    40-40        18-25              94         7.2
 6. BOGAN,Dontavia-USF       Sr   12    47      685 6 64        57.1     3.9     3.   KRAUTMAN, Ross-SYR       Fr   13    30-32        18-19              84         6.5
 7. BEAUMONT, Doug-LOU       Sr   11    41      440 1 44        40.0     3.7     4.   PHILPOTT, Chris-LOU      Jr   13    41-43        14-18              83         6.4
 8. HARRISON, Mark-RUT       So   12    44      829 9 66        69.1     3.7     5.   ROGERS, Jacob-CIN        Sr   12    38-40        11-14              71         5.9
    SANU, Mohamed-RUT        So   12    44      418 2 29        34.8     3.7     6.   TE, San San-RUT          Jr   12    26-26        14-20              68         5.7
10. SMITH, Michael-CONN      Jr   13    46      615 2 56        47.3     3.5     7.   BITANCURT, Tyle-WVU      So   13    41-41        10-17              71         5.5
                                                                                 8.   BONANI,Maikon-USF        So   13    18-19        17-21              69         5.3
      RECEIVE YDS/GAME       Cl   G     No.     Yds TD    Lg    Avg/C Yds/G      9.   CHRISTEN, Chad-CONN      Fr   13     2-2          0-0                2         0.2
 1.   BINNS, Armon-CIN       Sr   12    75     1101 10 62       14.7    91.8
 2.   WOODS, DJ-CIN          Jr   12    57      898 8 69        15.8    74.8          PUNT RETURN AVG          Cl   G     No.     Yds        TD Long               Avg/G
 3.   HARRISON, Mark-RUT     So   12    44      829 9 66        18.8    69.1     1.   BEAUMONT, Doug-LOU       Sr   11    14      213           1        74         15.2
 4.   BALDWIN,Jon-PITT       Jr   13    53      822 5 61        15.5    63.2     2.   MITCHELL, Terrence-USF   Fr   13    21      232           0        67         11.0
 5.   AUSTIN, Tavon-WVU      So   13    58      787 8 71        13.6    60.5     3.   SADDLER,Cameron-PITT     So   13    25      263           0        31         10.5
 6.   BOGAN,Dontavia-USF     Sr   12    47      685 6 64        14.6    57.1     4.   HOLMES, Mike-SYR         Sr   13    28      289           0        62         10.3
 7.   SANDERS, Jock-WVU      Sr   13    69      728 4 48        10.6    56.0     5.   MACK, Taylor-CONN        Fr   11    15      126           0        33          8.4
 8.   CHEW, Van-SYR          Jr   12    41      611 5 48        14.9    50.9     6.   WOODS, DJ-CIN            Jr   12    19      146           0        25          7.7
 9.   SMITH, Michael-CONN    Jr   13    46      615 2 56        13.4    47.3     7.   ROBINSON, Mason-RUT      Jr   12    19      139           1        60          7.3
10.   SHANAHAN,Mike-PITT     So   13    43      589 1 36        13.7    45.3
                                                               2010 BIG EAST Conference
                                                  Individual Statistics Through games of Jan 09, 2011

      KICK RETURN AVG            Cl   G     No.         Yds           TD Long              Avg/G
 1.   WILLIAMS, Nick-CONN        So   11    17         600             2 100                35.3
 2.   WRIGHT, Jeremy-LOU         Fr   11    16         489             1 95                 30.6
 3.   ANDERSON, Vic-LOU          Jr   10    13         393             0 67                 30.2
 4.   LAMAR, Lindsey-USF         So   13    34         903             2 100                26.6
 5.   LEFEGED, Joe-RUT           Sr   12    38         948             0 75                 24.9
 6.   GRAHAM, Dorian-SYR         Jr   13    16         392             0 37                 24.5
 7.   WOODS, DJ-CIN              Jr   12    32         728             0 47                 22.8
 8.   GULLEY, Prince-Tyson-SYR   Fr   10    29         633             0 47                 21.8
 9.   GRAHAM,Ray-PITT            So   12    23         501             0 54                 21.8
10.   SADDLER,Cameron-PITT       So   13    22         460             0 29                 20.9

      ALL PURPOSE                Cl   G Rush       Rcv PR KR                    Yds        Avg/G
 1.   WOODS, DJ-CIN              Jr   12     87    898 146 728                1859         154.9
 2.   TODMAN, Jordan-CONN        Jr   12   1695     94 0 55                   1844         153.7
 3.   GRAHAM,Ray-PITT            So   12    922    213 0 501                  1636         136.3
 4.   POWELL, Bilal-LOU          Sr   12   1405    158 0 0                    1563         130.2
 5.   PEAD, Isaiah-CIN           Jr   11   1029    190 0 0                    1219         110.8
 6.   LEWIS,Dion-PITT            So   12   1061    216 0 0                    1277         106.4
 7.   CARTER, Delone-SYR         Sr   13   1233     45 0 0                    1278          98.3
 8.   DEVINE, Noel-WVU           Sr   13    936    258 0 62                   1256          96.6
 9.   SANDERS, Jock-WVU          Sr   13     92    728 86 299                 1205          92.7
10.   BINNS, Armon-CIN           Sr   12      0   1101 0 0                    1101          91.8

      PUNTING                    Cl   G No.       Yds          Lg I20 50+ TB Avg.
 1.   HUTCHINS,Dan-PITT          Sr   13   45   2014          71      13      17       4    44.8
 2.   LONG, Rob-SYR              Sr   12   64   2806          70      19      22       8    43.8
 3.   SULLIVAN, Kyle-RUT         Fr    9   18    758          66       5       5       1    42.1
 4.   O'DONNELL, Pat-CIN         So   12   52   2178          61      16       6       5    41.9
 5.   DELLAGANNA, Ted-RUT        Sr    9   54   2261          69      12      16       4    41.9
 6.   PUGNETTI, Gregg-WVU        Sr   13   67   2802          71      24       8       6    41.8
 7.   WAGNER, Cole-CONN          Fr   13   79   3260          66      26      18       9    41.3
 8.   PHILPOTT, Chris-LOU        Jr   13   37   1497          73      13       7       2    40.5
 9.   BLESER, Josh-LOU           Jr   11   29   1154          59      11       3       3    39.8
10.   BROCKHAUS-KANN, Just-USF   So   13   64   2406          57      19       7       0    37.6

    FIELD GOALS                  Cl   G Made           Att.          Long       Pct.        FG/G
 1. TEGGART, Dave-CONN           Jr   13    25         31             52       80.6         1.92
 2. KRAUTMAN, Ross-SYR           Fr   13    18         19             48       94.7         1.38
      HUTCHINS,Dan-PITT          Sr   13    18         25             42       72.0         1.38
 4.   BONANI,Maikon-USF          So   13    17         21             47       81.0         1.31
 5.   TE, San San-RUT            Jr   12    14         20             43       70.0         1.17
 6.   PHILPOTT, Chris-LOU        Jr   13    14         18             46       77.8         1.08
 7.   ROGERS, Jacob-CIN          Sr   12    11         14             49       78.6         0.92
 8.   BITANCURT, Tyle-WVU        So   13    10         17             43       58.8         0.77

      FIELD GOAL PCT             Cl   G      Made             Att.            Long           Pct.
 1.   BONANI,Maikon-USF          So   13          17          21               47           81.0
 2.   TEGGART, Dave-CONN         Jr   13          25          31               52           80.6
 3.   HUTCHINS,Dan-PITT          Sr   13          18          25               42           72.0
 4.   TE, San San-RUT            Jr   12          14          20               43           70.0

    PAT KICKING PCT              Cl   G         Made                   Att.                  Pct.
 1. BITANCURT, Tyle-WVU          So   13           41                   41                 100.0
    HUTCHINS,Dan-PITT            Sr   13           40                   40                 100.0
    TEGGART, Dave-CONN           Jr   13           36                   36                 100.0
    TE, San San-RUT              Jr   12           26                   26                 100.0
 5. PHILPOTT, Chris-LOU          Jr   13           41                   43                  95.3
 6. ROGERS, Jacob-CIN            Sr   12           38                   40                  95.0
 7. KRAUTMAN, Ross-SYR           Fr   13           30                   32                  93.8
                                                            2010 BIG EAST Conference
                                               Individual Statistics Through games of Jan 09, 2011

      TACKLES (All positions)   Cl   G Pos      Solo   Ast   Total   Avg/G         SACKS                     Cl   G Pos     Solo Ast   Total   Avg/G
 1.   WILSON, Lawrence-CONN     Sr   13   LB     71    52    123      9.5     1.   IRVIN, Bruce-WVU          Jr   13   DE    14   0    14.0    1.08
 2.   SCHAFFER, JK-CIN          Jr   12   LB     67    44    111      9.2     2.   LINDSEY,Brandon-PITT      Jr   13   DL    10   0    10.0    0.77
 3.   LOWERY, Antonio-RUT       Sr   12   LB     47    61    108      9.0     3.   SHEARD,Jabaal-PITT        Sr   12   DL     9   0     9.0    0.75
 4.   SMITH, Derrell-SYR        Sr   13          72    42    114      8.8     4.   GNAT, Rodney-LOU          Sr   13   DE     8   2     9.0    0.69
 5.   MOORE, Sio-CONN           So   13   LB     72    38    110      8.5          MILLER, Julian-WVU        Jr   13   DL     8   2     9.0    0.69
 6.   DeCICCO,Dom-PITT          Sr   12   DB     67    27     94      7.8     6.   JOSEPH, Jessee-CONN       So   12          8   1     8.5    0.71
 7.   HOGUE, Doug-SYR           Sr   13          60    35     95      7.3     7.   ALECXIH,Chas-PITT         Jr   13   DL     7   1     7.5    0.58
 8.   THOMAS, Phillip-SYR       So   13          58    34     92      7.1     8.   MILLS, Brandon-CIN        So   12   DL     6   0     6.0    0.50
 9.   LEFEGED, Joe-RUT          Sr   12   DB     46    38     84      7.0     9.   SILVESTRO, Alex-RUT       Sr   12   DE     5   1     5.5    0.46
10.   SMITH, Hakeem-LOU         Fr   13          62    26     88      6.8    10.   GIORDANO, Dan-CIN         So   12   DL     4   1     4.5    0.38
11.   BEAUHARNAIS, St-RUT       So   12   LB     34    45     79      6.6    11.   WILLIAMS, Trevardo-CONN   So   13   DE     4   1     4.5    0.35
12.   GRUDER,Max-PITT           Jr   13   LB     43    41     84      6.5          TATUM, Malcolm-LOU        Sr   13   DE     4   1     4.5    0.35
13.   GREENE, Khaseem-RUT       So   12   DB     45    32     77      6.4    13.   MARSHALL,Craig-USF        Sr   10          4   0     4.0    0.40
14.   BING, Brandon-RUT         Sr   11   DB     42    23     65      5.9    14.   LEJISTE, Jon-USF          So   13          4   0     4.0    0.31
15.   LUTRUS, Scott-CONN        Sr   10   LB     40    19     59      5.9          BERRY, Scooter-WVU        Sr   13   DL     4   0     4.0    0.31
16.   GARVIN, Terence-WVU       So   13   DB     41    35     76      5.8          BROWN, Daniel-LOU         So   13   LB     4   0     4.0    0.31
17.   HEATH, Brandon-LOU        Sr   12   LB     50    20     70      5.8          JONES, Chandler-SYR       Jr   13          4   0     4.0    0.31
      BOMAR, Maalik-CIN         So   12   LB     47    23     70      5.8          GLOVER, Sidney-WVU        Sr   13   DB     4   0     4.0    0.31
19.   HOLTON, Shenard-LOU       So   13          54    20     74      5.7    19.   GIDDINS, Ryne-USF         Fr   11          3   1     3.5    0.32
20.   THOMAS, J.T.-WVU          Sr   13   LB     36    37     73      5.6    20.   WILSON, Lawrence-CONN     Sr   13   LB     3   1     3.5    0.27
21.   WILLIAMS, Jacqu-USF       Sr   13          46    25     71      5.5
22.   LEONARD, Anthon-WVU       Sr   13   LB     42    28     70      5.4        TACKLES FOR LOSS            Cl   G Pos     Solo Ast   Total   Avg/G
23.   LATTIMORE, DeDe-USF       Fr   13          47    22     69      5.3     1. LINDSEY,Brandon-PITT        Jr   13   DL    18   0    18.0    1.38
24.   JOHNSON, Reuben-CIN       So   12   DB     49    13     62      5.2     2. SILVESTRO, Alex-RUT         Sr   12   DE    13   3    14.5    1.21
25.   THOMAS, Shamarko-SYR      So   13          38    29     67      5.2          SHEARD,Jabaal-PITT        Sr   12   DL    14   1    14.5    1.21
26.   BARRINGTON, Sam-USF       So   13          40    25     65      5.0     4. IRVIN, Bruce-WVU            Jr   13   DE    14   0    14.0    1.08
      STEWART, Walter-CIN       So   12   LB     45    15     60      5.0          MILLER, Julian-WVU        Jr   13   DL    11   6    14.0    1.08
28.   HOLMES, Mike-SYR          Sr   13          44    20     64      4.9     6.   MILLS, Brandon-CIN        So   12   DL    12   1    12.5    1.04
29.   GRATZ, Dwayne-CONN        So   13   CB     54     9     63      4.8     7.   JOSEPH, Jessee-CONN       So   12         11   2    12.0    1.00
      WILLIAMS,Greg-PITT        Jr   13   LB     43    20     63      4.8     8.   MOORE, Sio-CONN           So   13   LB    11   1    11.5    0.88
      GLOVER, Sidney-WVU        Sr   13   DB     43    20     63      4.8     9.   WILLIAMS, Jacqu-USF       Sr   13          9   4    11.0    0.85
32.   MILLS, Brandon-CIN        So   12   DL     42    16     58      4.8          BROWN, Daniel-LOU         So   13   LB    11   0    11.0    0.85
33.   ABREU, Manny-RUT          Jr   10   LB     22    26     48      4.8    11.   GNAT, Rodney-LOU          Sr   13   DE     9   3    10.5    0.81
34.   FREY, Drew-CIN            So   11   DB     38    14     52      4.7          HOGUE, Doug-SYR           Sr   13          7   7    10.5    0.81
35.   SILVESTRO, Alex-RUT       Sr   12   DE     31    25     56      4.7    13.   REYES, Kendall-CONN       Jr   13   DT     9   2    10.0    0.77
      RAYMOND, Mistral-USF      Sr   12          43    13     56      4.7          WILSON, Lawrence-CONN     Sr   13   LB     9   2    10.0    0.77
37.   JUNIOR, Jerome-CONN       So   13          43    16     59      4.5    15.   WILLIAMS, Trevardo-CONN   So   13   DE     9   1     9.5    0.73
      WASHINGTON,Q-USF          Jr   13          46    13     59      4.5    16.   SCHAFFER, JK-CIN          Jr   12   LB     8   3     9.5    0.79
39.   JONES, Chandler-SYR       Jr   13          38    19     57      4.4    17.   JONES, Chandler-SYR       Jr   13          9   1     9.5    0.73
      ALECXIH,Chas-PITT         Jr   13   DL     28    29     57      4.4    18.   SPRUILL, Marquis-SYR      Fr   13          7   4     9.0    0.69
      TANDY, Keith-WVU          Jr   13   DB     38    19     57      4.4          SMITH, Derrell-SYR        Sr   13          7   4     9.0    0.69
      WREH-WILSON, Blidi-CONN   So   13   CB     48     9     57      4.4          ALECXIH,Chas-PITT         Jr   13   DL     8   2     9.0    0.69
43.   SHEARD,Jabaal-PITT        Sr   12   DL     34    18     52      4.3
44.   BROWN, Daniel-LOU         So   13   LB     44    11     55      4.2
45.   MILLER, Julian-WVU        Jr   13   DL     28    26     54      4.2
      HOLLEY,Jarred-PITT        So   13   DB     41    13     54      4.2
47.   SANDS, Robert-WVU         Jr   13   DB     34    19     53      4.1
48.   WOLFE, Derek-CIN          Jr   12   DL     29    19     48      4.0
49.   LINDSEY,Brandon-PITT      Jr   13   DL     32    19     51      3.9
      SPRUILL, Marquis-SYR      Fr   13          30    21     51      3.9
                                                             2010 BIG EAST Conference
                                                Individual Statistics Through games of Jan 09, 2011

    PASSES DEFENDED             Cl   G    BrUp        Int.        Total   Avg/G
 1. TANDY, Keith-WVU            Jr   13    11             6        17     1.31
      PATRICK, Johnny-LOU       Sr   13    12             5        17     1.31
 3.   GRATZ, Dwayne-CONN        So   13     9             2        11     0.85
 4.   HOGAN, Brandon-WVU        Sr   11     6             3         9     0.82
 5.   WREH-WILSON, Blidi-CONN   So   13     5             4         9     0.69
 6.   MERKERSON, Da'Mon-SYR     Sr   12     6             2         8     0.67
      RAYMOND, Mistral-USF      Sr   12     7             1         8     0.67
 8.   HOLLEY,Jarred-PITT        So   13     3             5         8     0.62
 9.   LEFEGED, Joe-RUT          Sr   12     6             1         7     0.58
      DeCICCO,Dom-PITT          Sr   12     2             5         7     0.58
      REED,Antwuan-PITT         Jr   12     6             1         7     0.58
12.   CHEATHAM, Camerron-CIN    So   12     5             1         6     0.50
      SCHAFFER, JK-CIN          Jr   12     5             1         6     0.50
      JOHNSON, Reuben-CIN       So   12     5             1         6     0.50
15.   GARY,Ricky-PITT           Sr   13     5             1         6     0.46
      YOUNG,Jerrell-USF         Jr   13     3             3         6     0.46
      REYES, Kendall-CONN       Jr   13     4             2         6     0.46
      HOLMES, Mike-SYR          Sr   13     5             1         6     0.46
19.   GREENE, Khaseem-RUT       So   12     3             2         5     0.42
      ROWE, David-RUT           Jr   12     5             0         5     0.42

    INTERCEPTIONS               Cl   G    No.       Yds       TD Long     Avg/G
 1. TANDY, Keith-WVU            Jr   13    6         51       0      26   0.46
 2. DeCICCO,Dom-PITT            Sr   12    5         36       0      31   0.42
 3. PATRICK, Johnny-LOU         Sr   13    5         99       1      35   0.38
      HOLLEY,Jarred-PITT        So   13    5         10       0      10   0.38
 5. WREH-WILSON, Blidi-CONN     So   13    4        153       2      53   0.31
      JUNIOR, Jerome-CONN       So   13    4         76       1      27   0.31
 7. HOGAN, Brandon-WVU          Sr   11    3         78       0      53   0.27
 8. BING, Brandon-RUT           Sr   11    2         20       0      13   0.18
      FREY, Drew-CIN            So   11    2         15       0      15   0.18
      RICHARDSON, Wes-CIN       Jr   11    2         -2       0       0   0.18

    FUMBLES FORCED              Cl   G     No.       Avg/G
 1. GREENE, Khaseem-RUT         So   12         4    0.33
      SHEARD,Jabaal-PITT        Sr   12         4    0.33
      LEFEGED, Joe-RUT          Sr   12         4    0.33
 4.   AGBOR, Harris-CONN        Jr   11         3    0.27
 5.   MILLS, Brandon-CIN        So   12         3    0.25
 6.   WILSON, Lawrence-CONN     Sr   13         3    0.23
      SMITH, Derrell-SYR        Sr   13         3    0.23
      JONES, Chandler-SYR       Jr   13         3    0.23
      LINDSEY,Brandon-PITT      Jr   13         3    0.23
10.   SUTER, Max-SYR            Sr   12         2    0.17

    FUMBLES RECOVERED           Cl   G     No.       Avg/G
 1. BEAUHARNAIS, St-RUT         So   12         4    0.33
 2. RICHARDSON, Wes-CIN         Jr   11         3    0.27
 3. LOWERY, Antonio-RUT         Sr   12         3    0.25
      FREENY, Jonatha-RUT       Sr   12         3    0.25
 5. SMITH, Derrell-SYR          Sr   13         3    0.23
 6. SCRUGGS, Greg-LOU           Jr   11         2    0.18
      CANADY, Antwone-LOU       Sr   11         2    0.18
 8. THOMAS, J.T.-WVU            Sr   13         2    0.15
      MOORE, Sio-CONN           So   13         2    0.15
      GRUDER,Max-PITT           Jr   13         2    0.15
                                                     2010 BIG EAST Conference
                                            Team Statistics Through games of Jan 09, 2011

SCORING OFFENSE       G    TD      FG   XPT      2XP      DXP Saf           Pts   Avg/G   PASS OFFENSE          G Comp-Att-Int       Pct.    Yds   Avg/A TD     Avg/G
 1. Cincinnati        12   42      11      38         0       0    1     325       27.1    1. Cincinnati        12   251-435-15     57.7    3128     7.2   27   260.7
 2. Connecticut       13   38      25      38         0       0    1     343       26.4    2. West Virginia     13    245-382-8     64.1    2769     7.2   24   213.0
      Louisville      13   43      14      41         0       0    1     343       26.4    3. Pittsburgh        13   230-360-11     63.9    2616     7.3   16   201.2
 4.   Pittsburgh      13   41      18      40         1       0    0     342       26.3    4. Louisville        13    217-363-8     59.8    2522     6.9   22   194.0
 5.   West Virginia   13   42      10      41         1       0    1     327       25.2       Rutgers           12   176-324-10     54.3    2328     7.2   16   194.0
 6.   USF             13   37      18      33         1       0    1     313       24.1    6. Syracuse          13    205-364-8     56.3    2375     6.5   19   182.7
 7.   Syracuse        13   34      18      30         0       0    0     288       22.2    7. USF               13   185-323-16     57.3    2139     6.6   13   164.5
 8.   Rutgers         12   30      14      26         1       0    0     250       20.8    8. Connecticut       13    188-357-9     52.7    1964     5.5   10   151.1

SCORING DEFENSE       G    TD      FG   XPT      2XP      DXP Saf           Pts   Avg/G   PASS DEFENSE          G Comp-Att-Int       Pct.    Yds   Avg/A TD     Avg/G
 1. West Virginia     13   17      19      17         0       0    0     176       13.5    1. Syracuse          13    208-368-9     56.5    2149     5.8   15   165.3
 2. Pittsburgh        13   29      15      28         0       0    0     247       19.0    2. Louisville        13    187-341-9     54.8    2166     6.4   16   166.6
 3. Syracuse          13   31      12      29         0       0    0     251       19.3    3. West Virginia     13   228-393-12     58.0    2270     5.8   12   174.6
 4. Louisville        13   32      10      28         1       0    0     252       19.4    4. Pittsburgh        13   224-394-13     56.9    2406     6.1   15   185.1
 5. USF               13   29      20      26         0       0    0     260       20.0    5. USF               13   238-404-15     58.9    2500     6.2   18   192.3
 6. Connecticut       13   33      19      31         0       0    0     286       22.0    6. Rutgers           12    207-336-8     61.6    2613     7.8   19   217.8
 7. Rutgers           12   41      11      37         0       0    1     318       26.5    7. Connecticut       13   261-445-20     58.7    2906     6.5   16   223.5
 8. Cincinnati        12   44       9      43         0       0    1     336       28.0    8. Cincinnati        12    240-370-8     64.9    2808     7.6   25   234.0

TOTAL OFFENSE         G    Rush     Pass Plays        Yards       Avg/P TD        Avg/G   PASS EFFICIENCY       G Comp-Att-Int       Pct.    Yds   Avg/G TD      Effic.
 1. Cincinnati        12   1880    3128     837       5008         6.0      42    417.3    1. West Virginia     13    245-382-8     64.1    2769   213.0   24   141.6
 2. West Virginia     13   2076    2769     908       4845         5.3      42    372.7    2. Louisville        13    217-363-8     59.8    2522   194.0   22   133.7
 3. Louisville        13   2274    2522     832       4796         5.8      39    368.9    3. Pittsburgh        13   230-360-11     63.9    2616   201.2   16   133.5
 4. Pittsburgh        13   2154    2616     830       4770         5.7      40    366.9    4. Cincinnati        12   251-435-15     57.7    3128   260.7   27   131.7
 5. Connecticut       13   2271    1964     858       4235         4.9      30    325.8    5. Rutgers           12   176-324-10     54.3    2328   194.0   16   124.8
 6. Syracuse          13   1822    2375     812       4197         5.2      33    322.8    6. Syracuse          13    205-364-8     56.3    2375   182.7   19   124.0
 7. USF               13   1883    2139     810       4022         5.0      32    309.4    7. USF               13   185-323-16     57.3    2139   164.5   13   116.3
 8. Rutgers           12   1211    2328     769       3539         4.6      27    294.9    8. Connecticut       13    188-357-9     52.7    1964   151.1   10   103.1

TOTAL DEFENSE         G    Rush     Pass Plays        Yards       Avg/P TD        Avg/G   PASS DEFENSE EFFIC.   G Comp-Att-Int       Pct.    Yds   Avg/G TD      Effic.
 1. West Virginia     13   1124    2270     803       3394         4.2      15    261.1    1. West Virginia     13   228-393-12     58.0    2270   174.6   12   110.5
 2. Syracuse          13   1770    2149     856       3919         4.6      29    301.5    2. Pittsburgh        13   224-394-13     56.9    2406   185.1   15   114.1
 3. Pittsburgh        13   1560    2406     837       3966         4.7      27    305.1    3. Syracuse          13    208-368-9     56.5    2149   165.3   15   114.1
 4. Louisville        13   1859    2166     808       4025         5.0      30    309.6    4. Connecticut       13   261-445-20     58.7    2906   223.5   16   116.4
 5. USF               13   1633    2500     874       4133         4.7      26    317.9    5. USF               13   238-404-15     58.9    2500   192.3   18   118.2
 6. Connecticut       13   1862    2906     923       4768         5.2      29    366.8    6. Louisville        13    187-341-9     54.8    2166   166.6   16   118.4
 7. Cincinnati        12   1625    2808     835       4433         5.3      44    369.4    7. Rutgers           12    207-336-8     61.6    2613   217.8   19   140.8
 8. Rutgers           12   1877    2613     778       4490         5.8      39    374.2    8. Cincinnati        12    240-370-8     64.9    2808   234.0   25   146.6

RUSHING OFFENSE       G     Att.   Yards    Avg/A         Long         TD         Avg/G   KICKOFF RETURNS       G       No.      Yards      TD      Long         Avg.
 1. Louisville        13    469    2274         4.8        85          17         174.9    1. Connecticut       13       55   1487           3      100          27.0
 2. Connecticut       13    501    2271         4.5        66          20         174.7    2. Louisville        13       45   1147           1       95          25.5
 3. Pittsburgh        13    470    2154         4.6        79          24         165.7    3. Rutgers           12       56   1280           0       75          22.9
 4. West Virginia     13    526    2076         3.9        53          18         159.7    4. USF               13       49   1106           2      100          22.6
 5. Cincinnati        12    402    1880         4.7        80          15         156.7    5. Syracuse          13       48   1079           0       47          22.5
 6. USF               13    487    1883         3.9        67          19         144.8    6. Pittsburgh        13       51   1040           0       54          20.4
 7. Syracuse          13    448    1822         4.1        60          14         140.2    7. Cincinnati        12       59   1191           0       47          20.2
 8. Rutgers           12    445    1211         2.7        91          11         100.9    8. West Virginia     13       42    805           0       60          19.2

RUSHING DEFENSE       G     Att.   Yards    Avg/A         Long         TD         Avg/G   PUNT RETURN AVG       G       No.      Yards      TD      Long         Avg.
 1. West Virginia     13    410    1124         2.7        55           3          86.5    1. Louisville        13       23       290        1       74          12.6
 2. Pittsburgh        13    443    1560         3.5        45          12         120.0    2. Pittsburgh        13       28       344        0       31          12.3
 3. USF               13    470    1633         3.5        71           8         125.6    3. USF               13       27       312        2       67          11.6
 4. Cincinnati        12    465    1625         3.5        85          19         135.4    4. Syracuse          13       32       294        0       62           9.2
 5. Syracuse          13    488    1770         3.6        52          14         136.2    5. Rutgers           12       24       211        3       60           8.8
 6. Louisville        13    467    1859         4.0        67          14         143.0    6. West Virginia     13       22       185        0       66           8.4
 7. Connecticut       13    478    1862         3.9        57          13         143.2    7. Connecticut       13       28       229        0       39           8.2
 8. Rutgers           12    442    1877         4.2        66          20         156.4    8. Cincinnati        12       21       151        0       25           7.2
                                                                2010 BIG EAST Conference
                                                       Team Statistics Through games of Jan 09, 2011

INTERCEPTIONS       G          No.         Yards           TD      Long                 Avg.   SACKS AGAINST          G           No.     Yards            Avg/G
 1. Connecticut     13         20           486            5            79             24.3     1. Connecticut        13          15        88             1.15
 2. USF             13         15           219            1            48             14.6     2. Louisville         13          17       124             1.31
 3. Pittsburgh      13         13           126            1            80              9.7     3. Pittsburgh         13          23       176             1.77
 4. West Virginia   13         12           204            0            53             17.0     4. USF                13          27       158             2.08
 5. Louisville      13          9           104            1            35             11.6        West Virginia      13          27       199             2.08
 6. Syracuse        13          9           211            0            60             23.4     6. Cincinnati         12          33       246             2.75
 7. Cincinnati      12          8            23            0            15              2.9        Syracuse           13          33       232             2.54
 8. Rutgers         12          8            91            0            29             11.4     8. Rutgers            12          61       398             5.08

PUNTING             G    No.     Yards       Avg/P         Ret. Avg/R         TB       Net/P   FIRST DOWNS            G    Rush    Pass   Pen      Total   Avg/G
 1. Pittsburgh      13   46      2014         43.8         101    2.2             4    39.8     1. Cincinnati         12   107      130   26       263     21.9
 2. Syracuse        13   66      2868         43.5         168    2.5             8    38.5     2. West Virginia      13   126      110   24       260     20.0
 3. West Virginia   13   67      2802         41.8         156    2.3             6    37.7     3. Louisville         13   110      118   16       244     18.8
 4. Cincinnati      12   55      2232         40.6          81    1.5             5    37.3     4. Pittsburgh         13   102      120   17       239     18.4
 5. Louisville      13   66      2651         40.2         102    1.5             5    37.1     5. Syracuse           13   101      108   16       225     17.3
 6. Rutgers         12   76      3086         40.6         310    4.1             5    35.2     6. USF                13   101       88   27       216     16.6
 7. Connecticut     13   79      3260         41.3         362    4.6             9    34.4     7. Connecticut        13   106       95    9       210     16.2
 8. USF             13   65      2406         37.0         184    2.8             0    34.2     8. Rutgers            12    69      102   15       186     15.5

KICKOFF COVERAGE    G    No.         Yards          Avg.         Ret.        TB       NetAvg   OPPONENT 1ST DOWNS     G    Rush    Pass   Pen      Total   Avg/G
 1. USF             13   65          4227          65.0         1156          8        44.8     1. West Virginia      13    65       98   15       178     13.7
 2. Cincinnati      12   63          4132          65.6          980         17        44.6     2. Rutgers            12    91      112   13       216     18.0
 3. Pittsburgh      13   70          4616          65.9         1282         11        44.5     3. Syracuse           13   101       95   21       217     16.7
 4. Connecticut     13   74          4806          64.9         1329         10        44.3     4. Louisville         13    99       97   23       219     16.8
 5. Louisville      13   69          4554          66.0         1256         16        43.2     5. USF                13    94      117   14       225     17.3
 6. West Virginia   13   64          3984          62.2         1140          8        41.9     6. Cincinnati         12    89      130   17       236     19.7
 7. Rutgers         12   55          3224          58.6          960          5        39.3     7. Pittsburgh         13   102      113   26       241     18.5
 8. Syracuse        13   64          3786          59.2         1301          0        38.8     8. Connecticut        13   106      125   13       244     18.8

FIELD GOALS         G           Made                 Att                  Pct.                 3RD-DOWN CONVERSIONS   G       Conv.         Att.            Pct.
 1. Syracuse        13               18              19                  .947                   1. Cincinnati         12          78       171             45.6
 2. Connecticut     13               25              31                  .806                   2. West Virginia      13          89       199             44.7
 3. Cincinnati      12               11              14                  .786                   3. Pittsburgh         13          74       175             42.3
 4. Louisville      13               14              18                  .778                   4. Louisville         13          71       177             40.1
 5. Pittsburgh      13               18              25                  .720                   5. Syracuse           13          67       175             38.3
 6. Rutgers         12               14              20                  .700                   6. USF                13          51       161             31.7
 7. USF             13               18              26                  .692                   7. Connecticut        13          60       191             31.4
 8. West Virginia   13               10              17                  .588                   8. Rutgers            12          54       172             31.4

PAT KICKING         G           Made                 Att                  Pct.                 OPP 3RD-DN CONVERT     G       Conv.         Att.            Pct.
 1. West Virginia   13               41              41                 1.000                   1. West Virginia      13          49       186             26.3
      Pittsburgh    13               40              40                 1.000                   2. Louisville         13          60       174             34.5
      Connecticut   13               38              38                 1.000                   3. USF                13          70       195             35.9
      Rutgers       12               26              26                 1.000                   4. Rutgers            12          61       161             37.9
 5.   USF           13               33              34                  .971                   5. Syracuse           13          81       206             39.3
 6.   Louisville    13               41              43                  .953                   6. Connecticut        13          82       204             40.2
 7.   Cincinnati    12               38              40                  .950                   7. Pittsburgh         13          70       173             40.5
 8.   Syracuse      13               30              32                  .938                   8. Cincinnati         12          74       175             42.3

SACKS BY            G                No.           Yards                Avg/G                  4TH-DOWN CONVERSIONS   G       Conv.         Att.            Pct.
 1. West Virginia   13               45             260                  3.46                   1. Connecticut        13          11        19             57.9
 2. Louisville      13               39             256                  3.00                   2. Louisville         13           7        13             53.8
 3. Pittsburgh      13               34             235                  2.62                   3. West Virginia      13           8        15             53.3
 4. USF             13               30             249                  2.31                   4. Rutgers            12           8        18             44.4
 5. Syracuse        13               27             185                  2.08                      Pittsburgh         13           8        18             44.4
    Connecticut     13               27             188                  2.08                   6. USF                13           3         7             42.9
 7. Cincinnati      12               26             159                  2.17                      Cincinnati         12           6        14             42.9
 8. Rutgers         12               17             105                  1.42                   8. Syracuse           13           3        10             30.0
                                                                2010 BIG EAST Conference
                                                       Team Statistics Through games of Jan 09, 2011

OPP 4TH-DN CONVERT   G        Conv.               Att.                   Pct.             RED ZONE DEFENSE        G Scores           Pct.   TDs    (R-P)    FGs    TurnO
 1. Connecticut      13            3              16                    18.8               1. West Virginia       13   19-25        76.0      8      1-7   11-12      4
 2. Rutgers          12            2              10                    20.0               2. Louisville          13   24-31        77.4     17      9-8    7-12      0
 3. West Virginia    13           10              20                    50.0               3. Syracuse            13   30-38        78.9     19     11-8   11-12      2
    Louisville       13            4               8                    50.0               4. Cincinnati          12   37-46        80.4     30    15-15     7-9      3
    Cincinnati       12            6              12                    50.0               5. Pittsburgh          13   33-41        80.5     22    11-11   11-13      2
 6. Syracuse         13           15              27                    55.6               6. USF                 13   32-39        82.1     18     5-13   14-15      4
 7. Pittsburgh       13            7              12                    58.3               7. Connecticut         13   34-41        82.9     19     10-9   15-15      2
 8. USF              13           10              17                    58.8               8. Rutgers             12   37-42        88.1     29    13-16    8-10      3

PENALTIES            G            No.           Yards                Avg/G                ON-SIDE KICKS BY        G     Recovered       Attempts       Success%
 1. Connecticut      13            63            522                    40.2               1. Louisville          13           1              1            100.0
 2. West Virginia    13            62            528                    40.6               2. Cincinnati          12           0              2              0.0
 3. USF              13            74            599                    46.1                 Syracuse             13           0              1              0.0
 4. Rutgers          12            84            605                    50.4                 Connecticut          13           0              0              0.0
 5. Pittsburgh       13            87            712                    54.8                 Rutgers              12           0              0              0.0
 6. Syracuse         13            93            771                    59.3                 USF                  13           0              0              0.0
 7. Cincinnati       12            81            761                    63.4                 Pittsburgh           13           0              0              0.0
 8. Louisville       13           103            829                    63.8                 West Virginia        13           0              0              0.0

OPPONENT PENALTIES   G            No.           Yards                Avg/G                ON-SIDE KICKS AGAINST   G     Recovered       Attempts       Success%
 1. Syracuse         13           89             792                    60.9               1. West Virginia       13           0              1              0.0
 2. USF              13           93             787                    60.5                  Cincinnati          12           0              0              0.0
 3. West Virginia    13           79             752                    57.8                  Pittsburgh          13           0              0              0.0
 4. Cincinnati       12           75             685                    57.1                  Connecticut         13           0              0              0.0
 5. Rutgers          12           78             673                    56.1                  Rutgers             12           0              0              0.0
 6. Louisville       13           85             676                    52.0               6. USF                 13           1              2             50.0
 7. Pittsburgh       13           71             674                    51.8               7. Syracuse            13           1              1            100.0
 8. Connecticut      13           76             582                    44.8                  Louisville          13           1              1            100.0

TIME OF POSSESSION   G       Total possesion              Avgerage/game
 1. Pittsburgh       13                 419:44                      32:17
 2. Rutgers          12                 373:42                      31:08
 3. Louisville       13                 400:58                      30:50
 4. West Virginia    13                 399:30                      30:43
 5. Connecticut      13                 375:29                      28:53
 6. USF              13                 372:43                      28:40
 7. Syracuse         13                 362:38                      27:53
 8. Cincinnati       12                 331:26                      27:37

                              Gained                     Lost
TURNOVER MARGIN            Fum Int Tot           Fum      Int      Tot Margin     Per/G
  1. Connecticut     13     11    20       31    10        9       19      +12     0.92
  2. Rutgers         12     14     8       22     5       10       15       +7     0.58
  3. Louisville      13     10     9       19     8        8       16       +3     0.23
  4. Pittsburgh      13      9    13       22    10       11       21       +1     0.08
  5. USF             13      4    15       19     6       16       22       -3    -0.23
  6. Syracuse        13      8     9       17    13        8       21       -4    -0.31
  7. West Virginia   13     11    12       23    20        8       28       -5    -0.38
  8. Cincinnati      12      6     8       14    14       15       29      -15    -1.25

RED ZONE OFFENSE     G Scores            Pct.    TDs       (R-P)        FGs      TurnO
 1. Connecticut      13   43-49         87.8      24       16-8      19-20          2
 2. Syracuse         13   36-42         85.7      22      12-10      14-14          1
 3. USF              13   35-42         83.3      21       16-5      14-17          2
 4. Louisville       13   31-38         81.6      22       9-13       9-11          3
 5. Pittsburgh       13   41-51         80.4      26      16-10      15-18          6
 6. Cincinnati       12   32-41         78.0      25      10-15        7-7          6
 7. West Virginia    13   40-53         75.5      31      14-17       9-11          6
 8. Rutgers          12   27-36         75.0      14       8-6       13-14          2
                                              2010 BIG EAST Conference
                           Conference Individual Game Highs Through games of Jan 09, 2011

                                            INDIVIDUAL PLAYER GAME HIGHS

Points scored                   30   PEAD, Isaiah (Cincinnati) vs RUTGERS (11/20/10)
                                24   CARTER, Delone (Syracuse) vs COLGATE (Sep 25, 2010)
                                24   HARRISON, Mark (Rutgers) at Cincinnati (11/20/10)
                                24   LEWIS,Dion (Pittsburgh) at Cincinnati (12/04/10)
Touchdowns                       5   PEAD, Isaiah (Cincinnati) vs RUTGERS (11/20/10)
                                 4   CARTER, Delone (Syracuse) vs COLGATE (Sep 25, 2010)
                                 4   HARRISON, Mark (Rutgers) at Cincinnati (11/20/10)
                                 4   LEWIS,Dion (Pittsburgh) at Cincinnati (12/04/10)
TD responsibility                5   NASSIB, Ryan (Syracuse) vs MAINE (9/18/10) [0r,5p]
                                 5   COLLAROS, Zach (Cincinnati) at Louisville (Oct 15, 2010) [0r,5p]
                                 5   COLLAROS, Zach (Cincinnati) vs RUTGERS (11/20/10) [1r,4p]
Points scored kicking           14   HUTCHINS,Dan (Pittsburgh) vs FLORIDA INTL. (10/2/10) [3fg,5pat]
                                14   PHILPOTT, Chris (Louisville) vs CONNECTICUT (Oct 23, 2010) [4fg,2pat]
Total offense yards            490   COLLAROS, Zach (Cincinnati) vs USF (10/22/10) [27r,463p]
                               396   SMITH, Geno (West Virginia) vs RUTGERS (Dec 04, 2010) [44r,352p]
Total offense plays             65   COLLAROS, Zach (Cincinnati) at Connecticut (Nov 27, 2010) [15r,50p]
                                63   COLLAROS, Zach (Cincinnati) vs USF (10/22/10) [10r,53p]
Total offense yards/play      19.7   PEAD, Isaiah (Cincinnati) vs MIAMI (OHIO) (10/09/10) [10-197]
                              14.5   FROMAN, Adam (Louisville) vs MEMPHIS (Oct 09, 2010) [17-246]
Rushing yards                  277   GRAHAM,Ray (Pittsburgh) vs FLORIDA INTL. (10/2/10)
                               261   LEWIS,Dion (Pittsburgh) at Cincinnati (12/04/10)
Rushing attempts                42   LEWIS,Dion (Pittsburgh) at Cincinnati (12/04/10)
                                37   TODMAN, Jordan (Connecticut) vs VANDERBILT (Oct 02, 2010)
                                37   TODMAN, Jordan (Connecticut) vs PITTSBURGH (Nov 11, 2010)
Yards per rush                19.7   PEAD, Isaiah (Cincinnati) vs MIAMI (OHIO) (10/09/10) [10-197]
                              12.3   CARTER, Delone (Syracuse) vs COLGATE (Sep 25, 2010) [14-172]
Rushing TDs                      4   CARTER, Delone (Syracuse) vs COLGATE (Sep 25, 2010)
                                 4   PEAD, Isaiah (Cincinnati) vs RUTGERS (11/20/10)
                                 4   LEWIS,Dion (Pittsburgh) at Cincinnati (12/04/10)
Longest rush                    91   SANU, Mohamed (Rutgers) vs TULANE (Oct 02, 2010)
                                85   POWELL, Bilal (Louisville) vs CINCINNATI (Oct 15, 2010)
Passing yards                  463   COLLAROS, Zach (Cincinnati) vs USF (10/22/10)
                               366   COLLAROS, Zach (Cincinnati) vs RUTGERS (11/20/10)
Passing attempts                53   COLLAROS, Zach (Cincinnati) vs USF (10/22/10)
                                50   COLLAROS, Zach (Cincinnati) at Connecticut (Nov 27, 2010)
Passing TDs                      5   NASSIB, Ryan (Syracuse) vs MAINE (9/18/10)
                                 5   COLLAROS, Zach (Cincinnati) at Louisville (Oct 15, 2010)
Longest pass                    79   SUNSERI,Tino (Pittsburgh) at Syracuse (10/16/2010)
                                71   SMITH, Geno (West Virginia) at Pittsburgh (11/26/10)
Passes completed                32   SMITH, Geno (West Virginia) at Marshall (Sep 10, 2010)
                                30   COLLAROS, Zach (Cincinnati) vs USF (10/22/10)
Had intercepted                  4   DANIELS,BJ (USF) at Florida (Sep 11, 2010)
                                 4   COLLAROS, Zach (Cincinnati) at Connecticut (Nov 27, 2010)
Pass completion pct           86.4   DODD, Chas (Rutgers) at USF (Nov 03, 2010) [19-22]
                              82.4   COLLAROS, Zach (Cincinnati) vs MIAMI (OHIO) (10/09/10) [14-17]
Pass yards/attempt            17.9   DANIELS,BJ (USF) at Cincinnati (10/22/10) [16-286]
                              17.7   SMITH, Geno (West Virginia) at Pittsburgh (11/26/10) [12-212]
Pass yards/catch              22.0   DANIELS,BJ (USF) at Cincinnati (10/22/10) [13-286]
                              23.6   SMITH, Geno (West Virginia) at Pittsburgh (11/26/10) [9-212]
Receiving yards                240   HARRISON, Mark (Rutgers) at Cincinnati (11/20/10)
                               175   BINNS, Armon (Cincinnati) at Louisville (Oct 15, 2010)
Receptions                      12   BINNS, Armon (Cincinnati) vs USF (10/22/10)
                                11   BOGAN,Dontavia (USF) at West Virginia (Oct 14, 2010)
Yards per catch               41.5   AUSTIN, Tavon (West Virginia) at Pittsburgh (11/26/10) [2-83]
                                      2010 BIG EAST Conference
                         Individual Game Highs Through games of Jan 09, 2011



                       37.5   HORNES, Faron (USF) at Cincinnati (10/22/10) [2-75]
Receiving TDs             4   HARRISON, Mark (Rutgers) at Cincinnati (11/20/10)
                          3   STARKS, Brad (West Virginia) vs UNLV (Oct 09, 2010)
                          3   BINNS, Armon (Cincinnati) at Louisville (Oct 15, 2010)
                          3   SALES, Marcus (Syracuse) vs Kansas State (Dec 30, 2010)
Longest reception        79   STREET,Devin (Pittsburgh) at Syracuse (10/16/2010)
                         71   AUSTIN, Tavon (West Virginia) at Pittsburgh (11/26/10)
Field goal attempts       5   TE, San San (Rutgers) vs NORFOLK STATE (Sept 2, 2010)
                          5   TEGGART, Dave (Connecticut) at Temple (Sep 18, 2010)
Field goals made          4   KRAUTMAN, Ross (Syracuse) at West Virginia (Oct 23, 2010)
                          4   PHILPOTT, Chris (Louisville) vs CONNECTICUT (Oct 23, 2010)
                          4   TEGGART, Dave (Connecticut) at USF (Dec 04, 2010)
Longest field goal       52   TEGGART, Dave (Connecticut) at USF (Dec 04, 2010)
                         49   ROGERS, Jacob (Cincinnati) at West Virginia (Nov 13, 2010)
Field goal pct        100.0   KRAUTMAN, Ross (Syracuse) at West Virginia (Oct 23, 2010) [4-4]
                      100.0   PHILPOTT, Chris (Louisville) vs CONNECTICUT (Oct 23, 2010) [4-4]
                      100.0   TEGGART, Dave (Connecticut) at USF (Dec 04, 2010) [4-4]
                      100.0   PHILPOTT, Chris (Louisville) vs KENTUCKY (Sep 04, 2010) [3-3]
                      100.0   ROGERS, Jacob (Cincinnati) vs OKLAHOMA (09/25/10) [3-3]
                      100.0   HUTCHINS,Dan (Pittsburgh) vs FLORIDA INTL. (10/2/10) [3-3]
                      100.0   ROGERS, Jacob (Cincinnati) vs USF (10/22/10) [3-3]
                      100.0   TEGGART, Dave (Connecticut) vs WEST VIRGINIA (Oct 29, 2010) [3-3]
                      100.0   TEGGART, Dave (Connecticut) vs PITTSBURGH (Nov 11, 2010) [3-3]
                      100.0   BONANI,Maikon (USF) vs CONNECTICUT (Dec 04, 2010) [3-3]
PAT kicks attempted      10   ROGERS, Jacob (Cincinnati) vs RUTGERS (11/20/10)
                          8   SCHWARTZ, Eric (USF) vs STONY BROOK (Sep 04, 2010)
                          8   PHILPOTT, Chris (Louisville) vs MEMPHIS (Oct 09, 2010)
PAT kicks made            9   ROGERS, Jacob (Cincinnati) vs RUTGERS (11/20/10)
                          8   SCHWARTZ, Eric (USF) vs STONY BROOK (Sep 04, 2010)
                          8   PHILPOTT, Chris (Louisville) vs MEMPHIS (Oct 09, 2010)
PAT kicks pct         100.0   SCHWARTZ, Eric (USF) vs STONY BROOK (Sep 04, 2010) [8-8]
                      100.0   PHILPOTT, Chris (Louisville) vs MEMPHIS (Oct 09, 2010) [8-8]
                      100.0   TEGGART, Dave (Connecticut) vs TEXAS SOUTHERN (Sep 11, 2010) [7-7]
                      100.0   BITANCURT, Tyle (West Virginia) vs UNLV (Oct 09, 2010) [7-7]
Punts                    11   WAGNER, Cole (Connecticut) at Rutgers (Oct 08, 2010)
                         10   BROCKHAUS-KANN, Just (USF) at Miami (Fla.) (Nov 27, 2010)
Yards punted            444   WAGNER, Cole (Connecticut) at Rutgers (Oct 08, 2010) [11-444]
                        410   BROCKHAUS-KANN, Just (USF) at Miami (Fla.) (Nov 27, 2010) [10-410]
Longest punt             73   PHILPOTT, Chris (Louisville) vs WEST VIRGINIA (Nov 20, 2010)
                         71   PUGNETTI, Gregg (West Virginia) vs COASTAL CAROLINA (Sep 04, 2010)
                         71   HUTCHINS,Dan (Pittsburgh) vs LOUISVILLE (10/30/10)
Punting avg            53.5   DELLAGANNA, Ted (Rutgers) vs NORTH CAROLINA (Sep 25, 2010) [2-107]
                       53.2   WAGNER, Cole (Connecticut) at USF (Dec 04, 2010) [6-319]
Punt returns              5   SADDLER,Cameron (Pittsburgh) vs RUTGERS (10/23/10)
                          4   HOLMES, Mike (Syracuse) at Washington (Sep 11, 2010)
                          4   SADDLER,Cameron (Pittsburgh) vs MIAMI (FLA.) (9/23/10)
                          4   MACK, Taylor (Connecticut) vs BUFFALO (Sep 25, 2010)
                          4   MACK, Taylor (Connecticut) at Rutgers (Oct 08, 2010)
                          4   ROBINSON, Mason (Rutgers) vs CONNECTICUT (Oct 08, 2010)
                          4   HOLMES, Mike (Syracuse) vs PITTSBURGH (10/16/2010)
                          4   SADDLER,Cameron (Pittsburgh) at Syracuse (10/16/2010)
                          4   HOLMES, Mike (Syracuse) vs LOUISVILLE (11/6/2010)
Punt return yards       105   BEAUMONT, Doug (Louisville) vs CONNECTICUT (Oct 23, 2010)
                                          2010 BIG EAST Conference
                             Individual Game Highs Through games of Jan 09, 2011



                             94   MITCHELL, Terrence (USF) vs WESTERN KENTUCKY (Sep 25, 2010)
Longest punt return          74   BEAUMONT, Doug (Louisville) vs CONNECTICUT (Oct 23, 2010)
                             67   MITCHELL, Terrence (USF) vs WESTERN KENTUCKY (Sep 25, 2010)
Punt return TDs               1   LEFEGED, Joe (Rutgers) vs NORFOLK STATE (Sept 2, 2010)
                              1   LANE, Chris (USF) vs STONY BROOK (Sep 04, 2010)
                              1   SANCHEZ,Armand (USF) vs FLORIDA ATLANTIC (Oct 02, 2010)
                              1   BING, Brandon (Rutgers) at Pittsburgh (10/23/10)
                              1   BEAUMONT, Doug (Louisville) vs CONNECTICUT (Oct 23, 2010)
                              1   ROBINSON, Mason (Rutgers) at USF (Nov 03, 2010)
Punt return avg            52.5   BEAUMONT, Doug (Louisville) vs CONNECTICUT (Oct 23, 2010) [2-105]
                           47.0   MITCHELL, Terrence (USF) vs WESTERN KENTUCKY (Sep 25, 2010) [2-94]
Kick returns                  8   GULLEY, Prince-Tyson (Syracuse) vs PITTSBURGH (10/16/2010)
                              6   WILLIAMS, Darrin (Cincinnati) at North Carolina State (Sep 16, 2010)
                              6   WOODS, DJ (Cincinnati) at West Virginia (Nov 13, 2010)
                              6   LEFEGED, Joe (Rutgers) at Cincinnati (11/20/10)
                              6   LAMAR, Lindsey (USF) vs CONNECTICUT (Dec 04, 2010)
                              6   WILLIAMS, Nick (Connecticut) vs Oklahoma (Jan 1, 2011)
Kick return yards           186   GULLEY, Prince-Tyson (Syracuse) vs PITTSBURGH (10/16/2010)
                            146   LAMAR, Lindsey (USF) vs CONNECTICUT (Dec 04, 2010)
Kick return avg            68.0   WILLIAMS, Nick (Connecticut) at Rutgers (Oct 08, 2010) [2-136]
                           58.5   WILLIAMS, Nick (Connecticut) vs PITTSBURGH (Nov 11, 2010) [2-117]
Longest kick return         100   WILLIAMS, Nick (Connecticut) at Rutgers (Oct 08, 2010)
                            100   LAMAR, Lindsey (USF) at Louisville (Nov 13, 2010)
Kick return TDs               1   WILLIAMS, Nick (Connecticut) at Rutgers (Oct 08, 2010)
                              1   LAMAR, Lindsey (USF) vs SYRACUSE (Oct 09, 2010)
                              1   WILLIAMS, Nick (Connecticut) vs PITTSBURGH (Nov 11, 2010)
                              1   LAMAR, Lindsey (USF) at Louisville (Nov 13, 2010)
                              1   WRIGHT, Jeremy (Louisville) vs Southern Mississippi (Dec 21, 2010)
                              1   FREY, Robbie (Connecticut) vs Oklahoma (Jan 1, 2011)
Combined PR/KR yards        186   GULLEY, Prince-Tyson (Syracuse) vs PITTSBURGH (10/16/2010) [0pr-186kr]
                            146   LAMAR, Lindsey (USF) vs CONNECTICUT (Dec 04, 2010) [0pr-146kr]
Interceptions                 2   JUNIOR, Jerome (Connecticut) vs BUFFALO (Sep 25, 2010)
                              2   TANDY, Keith (West Virginia) vs UNLV (Oct 09, 2010)
                              2   HOGUE, Doug (Syracuse) at West Virginia (Oct 23, 2010)
                              2   PATRICK, Johnny (Louisville) at Rutgers (Nov 26, 2010)
                              2   DeCICCO,Dom (Pittsburgh) at Cincinnati (12/04/10)
Interception return yds      80   GARY,Ricky (Pittsburgh) at Syracuse (10/16/2010)
                             79   REYES, Kendall (Connecticut) vs CINCINNATI (Nov 27, 2010)
Interception return avg    29.0   HOGUE, Doug (Syracuse) at West Virginia (Oct 23, 2010) [2-58]
                           21.0   JUNIOR, Jerome (Connecticut) vs BUFFALO (Sep 25, 2010) [2-42]
Longest interception rtn     80   GARY,Ricky (Pittsburgh) at Syracuse (10/16/2010)
                             79   REYES, Kendall (Connecticut) vs CINCINNATI (Nov 27, 2010)
Interception return TDs       1   JOYCE, Mark (USF) vs STONY BROOK (Sep 04, 2010)
                              1   JUNIOR, Jerome (Connecticut) vs BUFFALO (Sep 25, 2010)
                              1   WREH-WILSON, Blidi (Connecticut) vs BUFFALO (Sep 25, 2010)
                              1   WREH-WILSON, Blidi (Connecticut) vs VANDERBILT (Oct 02, 2010)
                              1   GARY,Ricky (Pittsburgh) at Syracuse (10/16/2010)
                              1   PATRICK, Johnny (Louisville) at Rutgers (Nov 26, 2010)
                              1   WILSON, Lawrence (Connecticut) at USF (Dec 04, 2010)
                              1   GRATZ, Dwayne (Connecticut) vs Oklahoma (Jan 1, 2011)
All-purpose yards           374   GRAHAM,Ray (Pittsburgh) vs FLORIDA INTL. (10/2/10)
                            291   WOODS, DJ (Cincinnati) vs RUTGERS (11/20/10)
Tackles                    19.0   LOWERY, Antonio (Rutgers) vs ARMY (Oct 16, 2010) [7-12]
                                  2010 BIG EAST Conference
                     Individual Game Highs Through games of Jan 09, 2011



                   17.0   MOORE, Sio (Connecticut) vs WEST VIRGINIA (Oct 29, 2010) [13-4]
Sacks               4.5   GNAT, Rodney (Louisville) vs EASTERN KENTUCKY (Sep 11, 2010) [4-1]
                    3.0   ALECXIH,Chas (Pittsburgh) vs NEW HAMPSHIRE (9/11/10) [3-0]
                    3.0   IRVIN, Bruce (West Virginia) vs MARYLAND (Sep 18, 2010) [3-0]
                    3.0   MARSHALL,Craig (USF) vs SYRACUSE (Oct 09, 2010) [3-0]
                    3.0   LINDSEY,Brandon (Pittsburgh) vs RUTGERS (10/23/10) [3-0]
                    3.0   MILLS, Brandon (Cincinnati) vs RUTGERS (11/20/10) [3-0]
                    3.0   MILLER, Julian (West Virginia) vs RUTGERS (Dec 04, 2010) [3-0]
Tackles for loss    5.5   MILLS, Brandon (Cincinnati) vs RUTGERS (11/20/10) [5-1]
                    4.5   GNAT, Rodney (Louisville) vs EASTERN KENTUCKY (Sep 11, 2010) [4-1]
                                                2010 BIG EAST Conference
                                Individual Stellar Games Through games of Jan 09, 2011

200-Yard Rushing Performances

   277   GRAHAM,Ray (Pittsburgh) vs FLORIDA INTL. (10/2/10)
   261   LEWIS,Dion (Pittsburgh) at Cincinnati (12/04/10)
   222   TODMAN, Jordan (Connecticut) vs PITTSBURGH (Nov 11, 2010)
   213   PEAD, Isaiah (Cincinnati) vs RUTGERS (11/20/10)
   209   POWELL, Bilal (Louisville) vs CINCINNATI (Oct 15, 2010)
   204   POWELL, Bilal (Louisville) vs MEMPHIS (Oct 09, 2010)

100-Yard Rushing Performances

   277   GRAHAM,Ray (Pittsburgh) vs FLORIDA INTL. (10/2/10)
   261   LEWIS,Dion (Pittsburgh) at Cincinnati (12/04/10)
   222   TODMAN, Jordan (Connecticut) vs PITTSBURGH (Nov 11, 2010)
   213   PEAD, Isaiah (Cincinnati) vs RUTGERS (11/20/10)
   209   POWELL, Bilal (Louisville) vs CINCINNATI (Oct 15, 2010)
   204   POWELL, Bilal (Louisville) vs MEMPHIS (Oct 09, 2010)
   198   CARTER, Delone (Syracuse) vs Kansas State (Dec 30, 2010)
   197   PEAD, Isaiah (Cincinnati) vs MIAMI (OHIO) (10/09/10)
   192   TODMAN, Jordan (Connecticut) at Temple (Sep 18, 2010)
   190   TODMAN, Jordan (Connecticut) vs VANDERBILT (Oct 02, 2010)
   175   TODMAN, Jordan (Connecticut) vs CINCINNATI (Nov 27, 2010)
   172   CARTER, Delone (Syracuse) vs COLGATE (Sep 25, 2010)
   169   PEAD, Isaiah (Cincinnati) vs OKLAHOMA (09/25/10)
   166   DEERING, Jeremy (Rutgers) vs SYRACUSE (Nov 13, 2010)
   157   POWELL, Bilal (Louisville) at Arkansas State (Oct 02, 2010)
   153   POWELL, Bilal (Louisville) vs KENTUCKY (Sep 04, 2010)
   151   TODMAN, Jordan (Connecticut) vs TEXAS SOUTHERN (Sep 11, 2010)
   145   PEAD, Isaiah (Cincinnati) at Louisville (Oct 15, 2010)
   140   POWELL, Bilal (Louisville) vs USF (Nov 13, 2010)
   135   PLANCHER,Moise (USF) vs RUTGERS (Nov 03, 2010)
   131   DEVINE, Noel (West Virginia) vs MARYLAND (Sep 18, 2010)
   130   LEWIS,Dion (Pittsburgh) vs RUTGERS (10/23/10)
   130   TODMAN, Jordan (Connecticut) at Syracuse (11/20/2010)
   123   TODMAN, Jordan (Connecticut) at Rutgers (Oct 08, 2010)
   123   POWELL, Bilal (Louisville) at Rutgers (Nov 26, 2010)
   122   DEVINE, Noel (West Virginia) vs SYRACUSE (Oct 23, 2010)
   121   SANU, Mohamed (Rutgers) vs TULANE (Oct 02, 2010)
   121   TODMAN, Jordan (Connecticut) vs Oklahoma (Jan 1, 2011)
   120   THOMAS, Jordan (Rutgers) vs LOUISVILLE (Nov 26, 2010)
   117   WILLIAMS, Darrin (Cincinnati) vs INDIANA STATE (Sep 11, 2010)
   115   GRAHAM,Ray (Pittsburgh) vs NEW HAMPSHIRE (9/11/10)
   115   MURRAY, Demetris (USF) vs WESTERN KENTUCKY (Sep 25, 2010)
   113   TODMAN, Jordan (Connecticut) vs WEST VIRGINIA (Oct 29, 2010)
   112   DEVINE, Noel (West Virginia) at Marshall (Sep 10, 2010)
   112   FREY, Robbie (Connecticut) vs BUFFALO (Sep 25, 2010)
   111   DEVINE, Noel (West Virginia) vs COASTAL CAROLINA (Sep 04, 2010)
   109   MARTINEK, Joe (Rutgers) vs NORFOLK STATE (Sept 2, 2010)
   109   CARTER, Delone (Syracuse) at Cincinnati (10/30/10)
   108   ANDERSON, Vic (Louisville) at Arkansas State (Oct 02, 2010)
   107   DANIELS,BJ (USF) at Florida (Sep 11, 2010)
   107   CARTER, Delone (Syracuse) vs LOUISVILLE (11/6/2010)
                                                2010 BIG EAST Conference
                                Individual Stellar Games Through games of Jan 09, 2011

   106    MURRAY, Demetris (USF) at Louisville (Nov 13, 2010)
   105    TODMAN, Jordan (Connecticut) at Michigan (Sep 04, 2010)
   105    CARTER, Delone (Syracuse) at USF (Oct 09, 2010)
   105    POWELL, Bilal (Louisville) vs CONNECTICUT (Oct 23, 2010)
   105    LEWIS,Dion (Pittsburgh) at USF (Nov 20, 2010)
   105    LEWIS,Dion (Pittsburgh) vs Kentucky (Jan 08, 2011)
   101    FREY, Robbie (Connecticut) vs TEXAS SOUTHERN (Sep 11, 2010)
   101    PLANCHER,Moise (USF) at Miami (Fla.) (Nov 27, 2010)
   100    GRAHAM,Ray (Pittsburgh) vs MIAMI (FLA.) (9/23/10)

Number of 100-Yard Rushing Performances

   TODMAN, Jordan, Connecticut - 10
   POWELL, Bilal, Louisville - 7
   CARTER, Delone, Syracuse - 5
   DEVINE, Noel, West Virginia - 4
   LEWIS,Dion, Pittsburgh - 4
   PEAD, Isaiah, Cincinnati - 4
   GRAHAM,Ray, Pittsburgh - 3
   FREY, Robbie, Connecticut - 2
   MURRAY, Demetris, USF - 2
   PLANCHER,Moise, USF - 2
   ANDERSON, Vic, Louisville - 1
   DANIELS,BJ, USF - 1
   DEERING, Jeremy, Rutgers - 1
   MARTINEK, Joe, Rutgers - 1
   SANU, Mohamed, Rutgers - 1
   THOMAS, Jordan, Rutgers - 1
   WILLIAMS, Darrin, Cincinnati - 1

500-Yard Passing Performances

   None

400-Yard Passing Performances

   463    COLLAROS, Zach (Cincinnati) vs USF (10/22/10)

300-Yard Passing Performances

   463    COLLAROS, Zach (Cincinnati) vs USF (10/22/10)
   366    COLLAROS, Zach (Cincinnati) vs RUTGERS (11/20/10)
   352    SMITH, Geno (West Virginia) vs RUTGERS (Dec 04, 2010)
   335    DODD, Chas (Rutgers) at Cincinnati (11/20/10)
   322    DODD, Chas (Rutgers) vs CONNECTICUT (Oct 08, 2010)
   316    SMITH, Geno (West Virginia) at Marshall (Sep 10, 2010)
   310    COLLAROS, Zach (Cincinnati) at North Carolina State (Sep 16, 2010)
   308    FROMAN, Adam (Louisville) at Arkansas State (Oct 02, 2010)
   307    SUNSERI,Tino (Pittsburgh) vs RUTGERS (10/23/10)
   305    COLLAROS, Zach (Cincinnati) vs OKLAHOMA (09/25/10)
                                                2010 BIG EAST Conference
                                Individual Stellar Games Through games of Jan 09, 2011

Number of 300-Yard Passing Performances

   COLLAROS, Zach, Cincinnati - 4
   DODD, Chas, Rutgers - 2
   SMITH, Geno, West Virginia - 2
   FROMAN, Adam, Louisville - 1
   SUNSERI,Tino, Pittsburgh - 1

200-Yard Receiving Performances

   240   HARRISON, Mark (Rutgers) at Cincinnati (11/20/10)

100-Yard Receiving Performances

   240   HARRISON, Mark (Rutgers) at Cincinnati (11/20/10)
   175   BINNS, Armon (Cincinnati) at Louisville (Oct 15, 2010)
   174   BARNETT, Marcus (Cincinnati) vs USF (10/22/10)
   172   SALES, Marcus (Syracuse) vs Kansas State (Dec 30, 2010)
   171   WOODS, DJ (Cincinnati) vs OKLAHOMA (09/25/10)
   158   BINNS, Armon (Cincinnati) vs USF (10/22/10)
   146   WOODS, DJ (Cincinnati) at North Carolina State (Sep 16, 2010)
   139   BALDWIN,Jon (Pittsburgh) vs RUTGERS (10/23/10)
   139   BINNS, Armon (Cincinnati) vs RUTGERS (11/20/10)
   137   WOODS, DJ (Cincinnati) vs USF (10/22/10)
   130   SMITH, Michael (Connecticut) vs BUFFALO (Sep 25, 2010)
   121   BEAUMONT, Doug (Louisville) at Oregon State (Sep 18, 2010)
   121   AUSTIN, Tavon (West Virginia) vs RUTGERS (Dec 04, 2010)
   115   BINNS, Armon (Cincinnati) vs MIAMI (OHIO) (10/09/10)
   115   BINNS, Armon (Cincinnati) at West Virginia (Nov 13, 2010)
   113   CHEW, Van (Syracuse) vs MAINE (9/18/10)
   112   HARRISON, Mark (Rutgers) vs CONNECTICUT (Oct 08, 2010)
   112   BELLAMY, Josh (Louisville) vs MEMPHIS (Oct 09, 2010)
   111   BALDWIN,Jon (Pittsburgh) at Notre Dame (Oct 09, 2010)
   108   LEMON, Alec (Syracuse) vs PITTSBURGH (10/16/2010)
   107   BINNS, Armon (Cincinnati) at Connecticut (Nov 27, 2010)
   106   AUSTIN, Tavon (West Virginia) vs MARYLAND (Sep 18, 2010)
   102   DEERING, Jeremy (Rutgers) vs CONNECTICUT (Oct 08, 2010)
   100   BALDWIN,Jon (Pittsburgh) vs NEW HAMPSHIRE (9/11/10)
   100   STARKS, Brad (West Virginia) vs UNLV (Oct 09, 2010)

Number of 100-Yard Receiving Performances

   BINNS, Armon, Cincinnati - 6
   BALDWIN,Jon, Pittsburgh - 3
   WOODS, DJ, Cincinnati - 3
   AUSTIN, Tavon, West Virginia - 2
   HARRISON, Mark, Rutgers - 2
   BARNETT, Marcus, Cincinnati - 1
   BEAUMONT, Doug, Louisville - 1
   BELLAMY, Josh, Louisville - 1
   CHEW, Van, Syracuse - 1
   DEERING, Jeremy, Rutgers - 1
                                            2010 BIG EAST Conference
                            Individual Stellar Games Through games of Jan 09, 2011

LEMON, Alec, Syracuse - 1
SALES, Marcus, Syracuse - 1
SMITH, Michael, Connecticut - 1
STARKS, Brad, West Virginia - 1
                                          2010 BIG EAST Conference
                           Conference Team Game Highs Through games of Jan 09, 2011

                                          TEAM HIGHS (highest totals made by)

Points                        69    Cincinnati vs RUTGERS (11/20/10)
                              62    Connecticut vs TEXAS SOUTHERN (Sep 11, 2010)
Points scored kicking         14    Connecticut vs TEXAS SOUTHERN (Sep 11, 2010) [2fg,8pat]
                              14    Pittsburgh vs FLORIDA INTL. (10/2/10) [3fg,5pat]
                              14    Louisville vs CONNECTICUT (Oct 23, 2010) [4fg,2pat]
Touchdowns                    10    Cincinnati vs RUTGERS (11/20/10)
                                8   USF vs STONY BROOK (Sep 04, 2010)
                                8   Connecticut vs TEXAS SOUTHERN (Sep 11, 2010)
                                8   Louisville vs MEMPHIS (Oct 09, 2010)
Total offense yards          661    Cincinnati vs RUTGERS (11/20/10) [295r,366p]
                             609    Cincinnati vs MIAMI (OHIO) (10/09/10) [384r,225p]
Total offense plays           90    Cincinnati vs USF (10/22/10) [29r,61p]
                              87    West Virginia at Marshall (Sep 10, 2010) [42r,45p]
Total offense yards/play    10.8    Louisville vs MEMPHIS (Oct 09, 2010) [53-573]
                              9.5   Syracuse vs COLGATE (Sep 25, 2010) [46-437]
Rushing yards                384    Cincinnati vs MIAMI (OHIO) (10/09/10)
                             307    Connecticut vs TEXAS SOUTHERN (Sep 11, 2010)
Rushing attempts              59    West Virginia vs CINCINNATI (Nov 13, 2010)
                              55    West Virginia vs MARYLAND (Sep 18, 2010)
Yards per rush                9.6   Louisville vs MEMPHIS (Oct 09, 2010) [31-298]
                              8.6   Syracuse vs COLGATE (Sep 25, 2010) [29-249]
Rushing TDs                     6   Connecticut vs TEXAS SOUTHERN (Sep 11, 2010)
                                6   Cincinnati vs RUTGERS (11/20/10)
Longest rush                  91    Rutgers vs TULANE (Oct 02, 2010)
                              85    Louisville vs CINCINNATI (Oct 15, 2010)
Passing yards                512    Cincinnati vs USF (10/22/10)
                             400    Rutgers at Cincinnati (11/20/10)
Passing attempts              61    Cincinnati vs USF (10/22/10)
                              50    Cincinnati at Connecticut (Nov 27, 2010)
Passing TDs                     5   Syracuse vs MAINE (9/18/10)
                                5   Louisville vs MEMPHIS (Oct 09, 2010)
                                5   Cincinnati at Louisville (Oct 15, 2010)
                                5   Rutgers at Cincinnati (11/20/10)
Longest pass                  79    Pittsburgh at Syracuse (10/16/2010)
                              71    West Virginia at Pittsburgh (11/26/10)
Passes completed              34    Cincinnati vs USF (10/22/10)
                              32    West Virginia at Marshall (Sep 10, 2010)
Had intercepted                 4   USF at Florida (Sep 11, 2010)
                                4   Cincinnati at Connecticut (Nov 27, 2010)
Pass completion pct         87.0    Rutgers at USF (Nov 03, 2010) [20-23]
                            82.1    West Virginia vs RUTGERS (Dec 04, 2010) [23-28]
Passing yards/attempt       17.9    USF at Cincinnati (10/22/10) [16-286]
                            17.7    West Virginia at Pittsburgh (11/26/10) [12-212]
Yards per catch             23.6    West Virginia at Pittsburgh (11/26/10) [9-212]
                            22.0    USF at Cincinnati (10/22/10) [13-286]
Field goal attempts             5   Rutgers vs NORFOLK STATE (Sept 2, 2010)
                                5   Connecticut at Temple (Sep 18, 2010)
Field goals made                4   Syracuse at West Virginia (Oct 23, 2010)
                                4   Louisville vs CONNECTICUT (Oct 23, 2010)
                                4   Connecticut at USF (Dec 04, 2010)
Longest field goal            52    Connecticut at USF (Dec 04, 2010)
                              49    Cincinnati at West Virginia (Nov 13, 2010)
Field goal pct             100.0    Syracuse at West Virginia (Oct 23, 2010) [4-4]
                           100.0    Louisville vs CONNECTICUT (Oct 23, 2010) [4-4]
                           100.0    Connecticut at USF (Dec 04, 2010) [4-4]
                                        2010 BIG EAST Conference
                               Team Game Highs Through games of Jan 09, 2011

PAT kicks attempted       10    Cincinnati vs RUTGERS (11/20/10)
                           8    USF vs STONY BROOK (Sep 04, 2010)
                           8    Connecticut vs TEXAS SOUTHERN (Sep 11, 2010)
                           8    Louisville vs MEMPHIS (Oct 09, 2010)
PAT kicks made             9    Cincinnati vs RUTGERS (11/20/10)
                           8    USF vs STONY BROOK (Sep 04, 2010)
                           8    Connecticut vs TEXAS SOUTHERN (Sep 11, 2010)
                           8    Louisville vs MEMPHIS (Oct 09, 2010)
PAT kicks pct          100.0    USF vs STONY BROOK (Sep 04, 2010) [8-8]
                       100.0    Connecticut vs TEXAS SOUTHERN (Sep 11, 2010) [8-8]
                       100.0    Louisville vs MEMPHIS (Oct 09, 2010) [8-8]
                       100.0    West Virginia vs UNLV (Oct 09, 2010) [7-7]
                       100.0    Connecticut vs BUFFALO (Sep 25, 2010) [6-6]
                       100.0    Syracuse vs COLGATE (Sep 25, 2010) [6-6]
                       100.0    Cincinnati vs MIAMI (OHIO) (10/09/10) [6-6]
                       100.0    Pittsburgh at Syracuse (10/16/2010) [6-6]
2-point PAT attempts       2    Cincinnati at North Carolina State (Sep 16, 2010)
                           1    Rutgers vs NORFOLK STATE (Sept 2, 2010)
                           1    Pittsburgh at Utah (Sep 02, 2010)
                           1    Syracuse at Akron (09/04/10)
                           1    West Virginia at Marshall (Sep 10, 2010)
                           1    Rutgers at Florida Intl. (Sep 11, 2010)
                           1    USF vs RUTGERS (Nov 03, 2010)
                           1    USF at Louisville (Nov 13, 2010)
                           1    Rutgers vs LOUISVILLE (Nov 26, 2010)
                           1    Syracuse vs Kansas State (Dec 30, 2010)
2-point PATs made          1    Rutgers vs NORFOLK STATE (Sept 2, 2010)
                           1    Pittsburgh at Utah (Sep 02, 2010)
                           1    West Virginia at Marshall (Sep 10, 2010)
                           1    USF at Louisville (Nov 13, 2010)
Punts                     11    Connecticut at Rutgers (Oct 08, 2010)
                          10    USF at Miami (Fla.) (Nov 27, 2010)
Longest punt              73    Louisville vs WEST VIRGINIA (Nov 20, 2010)
                          71    West Virginia vs COASTAL CAROLINA (Sep 04, 2010)
                          71    Pittsburgh vs LOUISVILLE (10/30/10)
Yards punted             444    Connecticut at Rutgers (Oct 08, 2010) [11-444]
                         410    USF at Miami (Fla.) (Nov 27, 2010) [10-410]
Punting avg             53.2    Connecticut at USF (Dec 04, 2010) [6-319]
                        51.7    Syracuse at West Virginia (Oct 23, 2010) [6-310]
Punt returns               5    Connecticut vs TEXAS SOUTHERN (Sep 11, 2010)
                           5    Syracuse vs MAINE (9/18/10)
                           5    Pittsburgh vs RUTGERS (10/23/10)
Punt return yards        105    Louisville vs CONNECTICUT (Oct 23, 2010)
                          94    USF vs WESTERN KENTUCKY (Sep 25, 2010)
Punt return avg         23.0    West Virginia vs MARYLAND (Sep 18, 2010) [3-69]
                        20.0    Rutgers vs NORFOLK STATE (Sept 2, 2010) [3-60]
Punt return TDs            1    Rutgers vs NORFOLK STATE (Sept 2, 2010)
                           1    USF vs STONY BROOK (Sep 04, 2010)
                           1    USF vs FLORIDA ATLANTIC (Oct 02, 2010)
                           1    Rutgers at Pittsburgh (10/23/10)
                           1    Louisville vs CONNECTICUT (Oct 23, 2010)
                           1    Rutgers at USF (Nov 03, 2010)
Longest punt return       74    Louisville vs CONNECTICUT (Oct 23, 2010)
                          67    USF vs WESTERN KENTUCKY (Sep 25, 2010)
Kick returns              11    Rutgers at Cincinnati (11/20/10)
                           9    Connecticut vs Oklahoma (Jan 1, 2011)
                                           2010 BIG EAST Conference
                                  Team Game Highs Through games of Jan 09, 2011

Kick return yards           270    Connecticut vs Oklahoma (Jan 1, 2011)
                            226    Rutgers at Cincinnati (11/20/10)
Kick return avg            47.0    Connecticut at Rutgers (Oct 08, 2010) [3-141]
                           39.5    Louisville vs Southern Mississippi (Dec 21, 2010) [4-158]
Longest kick return         100    Connecticut at Rutgers (Oct 08, 2010)
                            100    USF at Louisville (Nov 13, 2010)
Kick return TDs               1    Connecticut at Rutgers (Oct 08, 2010)
                              1    USF vs SYRACUSE (Oct 09, 2010)
                              1    Connecticut vs PITTSBURGH (Nov 11, 2010)
                              1    USF at Louisville (Nov 13, 2010)
                              1    Louisville vs Southern Mississippi (Dec 21, 2010)
                              1    Connecticut vs Oklahoma (Jan 1, 2011)
Interceptions                 4    USF vs STONY BROOK (Sep 04, 2010)
                              4    Connecticut vs BUFFALO (Sep 25, 2010)
                              4    Connecticut vs CINCINNATI (Nov 27, 2010)
Interception return yds     149    Connecticut vs CINCINNATI (Nov 27, 2010)
                            101    Connecticut vs BUFFALO (Sep 25, 2010)
Interception return avg    46.5    USF vs Clemson (Dec 31, 2010) [2-93]
                           40.0    Pittsburgh at Syracuse (10/16/2010) [2-80]
Longest interception rtn     80    Pittsburgh at Syracuse (10/16/2010)
                             79    Connecticut vs CINCINNATI (Nov 27, 2010)
Interception return TDs       2    Connecticut vs BUFFALO (Sep 25, 2010)
                              1    USF vs STONY BROOK (Sep 04, 2010)
                              1    Connecticut vs VANDERBILT (Oct 02, 2010)
                              1    Pittsburgh at Syracuse (10/16/2010)
                              1    Louisville at Rutgers (Nov 26, 2010)
                              1    Connecticut at USF (Dec 04, 2010)
                              1    Connecticut vs Oklahoma (Jan 1, 2011)
Fumbles lost                  4    West Virginia at Connecticut (Oct 29, 2010)
                              4    West Virginia vs North Carolina State (Dec 28, 2010)
Fumbles recovered             4    Connecticut vs WEST VIRGINIA (Oct 29, 2010)
                              3    Rutgers at Florida Intl. (Sep 11, 2010)
                              3    West Virginia at Pittsburgh (11/26/10)
                              3    Rutgers at West Virginia (Dec 04, 2010)
Sacked by opp                 9    Rutgers vs LOUISVILLE (Nov 26, 2010)
                              8    Cincinnati at Fresno State (Sep 04, 2010)
                              8    Rutgers vs ARMY (Oct 16, 2010)
QB sacks                      9    Louisville at Rutgers (Nov 26, 2010)
                              8    Louisville vs EASTERN KENTUCKY (Sep 11, 2010)
                              8    West Virginia vs MARYLAND (Sep 18, 2010)
Turnovers committed           5    USF at Florida (Sep 11, 2010)
                              5    Cincinnati at Connecticut (Nov 27, 2010)
                              5    West Virginia vs North Carolina State (Dec 28, 2010)
Turnovers caused              5    Rutgers at Florida Intl. (Sep 11, 2010)
                              5    Connecticut vs CINCINNATI (Nov 27, 2010)
Kicks blocked                 2    Rutgers vs NORFOLK STATE (Sept 2, 2010)
                              2    Rutgers at Florida Intl. (Sep 11, 2010)
                              2    Rutgers at Cincinnati (11/20/10)
First downs                  31    Cincinnati vs RUTGERS (11/20/10)
                             29    Cincinnati vs MIAMI (OHIO) (10/09/10)
                             29    Cincinnati vs USF (10/22/10)
                             29    West Virginia vs CINCINNATI (Nov 13, 2010)
1st downs rushing            19    West Virginia vs CINCINNATI (Nov 13, 2010)
                             16    Cincinnati vs INDIANA STATE (Sep 11, 2010)
                             16    West Virginia at Connecticut (Oct 29, 2010)
1st downs passing            21    Cincinnati vs USF (10/22/10)
                                      2010 BIG EAST Conference
                             Team Game Highs Through games of Jan 09, 2011

                        16    USF vs STONY BROOK (Sep 04, 2010)
                        16    West Virginia at Marshall (Sep 10, 2010)
1st downs by penalty     7    USF vs PITTSBURGH (Nov 20, 2010)
                         5    Rutgers vs ARMY (Oct 16, 2010)
Penalties               14    Syracuse vs MAINE (9/18/10)
                        13    Louisville at Arkansas State (Oct 02, 2010)
Penalties yards        116    Pittsburgh at USF (Nov 20, 2010)
                       115    Cincinnati vs USF (10/22/10)
                                            2010 BIG EAST Conference
                           Conference Opponent Game Lows Through games of Jan 09, 2011

                                       OPPONENT LOWS (lowest totals allowed by)

Total offense yards           156    Rutgers vs NORFOLK STATE (Sept 2, 2010)
                              166    Syracuse at Akron (09/04/10)
Total offense yards/play       2.8   Connecticut vs TEXAS SOUTHERN (Sep 11, 2010) [61-169]
                               2.8   Syracuse at Akron (09/04/10) [59-166]
Rushing yards                 -10    West Virginia vs MARYLAND (Sep 18, 2010)
                                -9   Cincinnati vs RUTGERS (11/20/10)
Rushing attempts               16    West Virginia vs CINCINNATI (Nov 13, 2010)
                               24    Syracuse at Akron (09/04/10)
                               24    Rutgers vs NORFOLK STATE (Sept 2, 2010)
Yards per rush               -0.4    West Virginia vs MARYLAND (Sep 18, 2010) [27--10]
                             -0.3    Cincinnati vs RUTGERS (11/20/10) [27--9]
Longest rush                     7   Cincinnati vs RUTGERS (11/20/10)
                                 7   Cincinnati at Fresno State (Sep 04, 2010)
Passing attempts               12    Pittsburgh vs WEST VIRGINIA (11/26/10)
                               14    Rutgers vs ARMY (Oct 16, 2010)
Passing yards                  63    West Virginia vs SYRACUSE (Oct 23, 2010)
                               80    West Virginia at Louisiana State (Sep 25, 2010)
Yards per completion           6.1   Syracuse vs MAINE (9/18/10) [21-129]
                               6.2   West Virginia vs USF (Oct 14, 2010) [22-137]
Passes completed                 5   West Virginia vs SYRACUSE (Oct 23, 2010)
                                 8   Rutgers vs ARMY (Oct 16, 2010)
Pass completion pct          33.3    West Virginia vs SYRACUSE (Oct 23, 2010) [5-15]
                             34.3    Syracuse at Akron (09/04/10) [12-35]
Longest pass                   15    West Virginia vs USF (Oct 14, 2010)
                               15    USF vs FLORIDA ATLANTIC (Oct 02, 2010)
First downs                      7   Rutgers vs NORFOLK STATE (Sept 2, 2010)
                                 8   Connecticut vs TEXAS SOUTHERN (Sep 11, 2010)
1st downs rushing                0   Rutgers vs NORFOLK STATE (Sept 2, 2010)
                                 1   Connecticut vs TEXAS SOUTHERN (Sep 11, 2010)
                                 1   Cincinnati vs RUTGERS (11/20/10)
1st downs passing                2   West Virginia vs SYRACUSE (Oct 23, 2010)
                                 3   West Virginia at Louisiana State (Sep 25, 2010)
                                 3   Louisville vs USF (Nov 13, 2010)
                                 3   Pittsburgh at USF (Nov 20, 2010)
1st downs by penalty             0   Connecticut at Michigan (Sep 04, 2010)
                                 0   West Virginia vs COASTAL CAROLINA (Sep 04, 2010)
                                 0   Cincinnati at Fresno State (Sep 04, 2010)
                                 0   Rutgers at Florida Intl. (Sep 11, 2010)
                                 0   Connecticut at Temple (Sep 18, 2010)
                                 0   Pittsburgh vs MIAMI (FLA.) (9/23/10)
                                 0   USF vs WESTERN KENTUCKY (Sep 25, 2010)
                                 0   Rutgers vs TULANE (Oct 02, 2010)
                                 0   Connecticut vs VANDERBILT (Oct 02, 2010)
                                 0   USF vs SYRACUSE (Oct 09, 2010)
                                 0   USF at West Virginia (Oct 14, 2010)
                                 0   Cincinnati at Louisville (Oct 15, 2010)
                                 0   Rutgers vs ARMY (Oct 16, 2010)
                                 0   Cincinnati vs USF (10/22/10)
                                 0   Pittsburgh vs RUTGERS (10/23/10)
                                 0   West Virginia at Connecticut (Oct 29, 2010)
                                 0   Connecticut vs PITTSBURGH (Nov 11, 2010)
                                 0   Syracuse at Rutgers (Nov 13, 2010)
                                 0   Pittsburgh vs WEST VIRGINIA (11/26/10)
                                 0   USF at Miami (Fla.) (Nov 27, 2010)
                                 0   West Virginia vs RUTGERS (Dec 04, 2010)
                             2010 BIG EAST Conference
                  Opponent Game Lows Through games of Jan 09, 2011

                  0   USF vs CONNECTICUT (Dec 04, 2010)
Penalties         1   Connecticut at Michigan (Sep 04, 2010)
                  1   Syracuse vs BOSTON COLLEGE (11/27/10)
                  1   Connecticut vs Oklahoma (Jan 1, 2011)
Penalties yards   3   Connecticut vs Oklahoma (Jan 1, 2011)
                  5   Syracuse vs BOSTON COLLEGE (11/27/10)

				
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