Big East lunchtime links
July, 16, 2010
By Adam Rittenberg | ESPN.com
Hope my man Bennett is enjoying South Beach.
- Pittsburgh boasts the Big East's toughest nonconference schedule, while Rutgers and Syracuse take it easy, Matt Hayes writes in Sporting News.
- Despite the enthusiasm after Skip Holtz's hiring, South Florida hasn't seen an expected bump in ticket sales, Scott Carter writes in The Tampa Tribune. USF picks up its seventh commit for the 2011 class, Greg Auman writes in The St. Petersburg Times.
- Connecticut coach Randy Edsall sounds excited about USC transfer D.J. Shoemate, Desmond Conner writes in the Hartford Courant.
- West Virginia picks up its second tight end commit for 2011.
- The three former Louisville quarterbacks took different paths in college but find themselves in similar spots entering NFL preseason camps, Eric Crawford writes in The Courier-Journal. New Cards head coach Charlie Strong has made it: he's getting a sandwich named in his honor, C.L. Brown writes in The Courier-Journal.
- Pitt is moving its sports broadcasts to a new radio station.