Posted by ESPN.com's Brian Bennett
Happy Labor Day, everybody. I'm in New Jersey and will bring you updates and analysis on today's big Cincinnati-Rutgers tilt. To tide you over, here's what's going on with the league's other six teams:
Like Youngstown State did, a lot of teams may put their quarterbacks on the move to avoid Pitt's defensive line, Paul Zeise says in the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette.
West Virginia still has some question marks after Week 1, Mike Casazza writes in the Charleston Daily Mail.
Syracuse gave a great effort but missed a golden opportunity, Dave Rahme says in the Syracuse Post-Standard.
UConn coach Randy Edsall wants to see more consistency than what his team showed at Ohio, Zac Boyer writes in the Hartford Courant.
South Florida coach Jim Leavitt said he'll probably won't keep the Bulls on his next Top 25 ballot after his team's win over Wofford, Greg Auman notes in the St. Petersburg Times.
Sloppy was the best way to describe Louisville's first game C.L. Brown writes in The Courier-Journal.