Big East lunchtime links
August, 25, 2011
By Andrea Adelson | ESPN.com
Serving up your links for today ...
- Cincinnati season-ticket sales are down 22 percent. Receiver Chris Moore is out four to six weeks with a shoulder injury.
- Connecticut is ready to break camp, but Paul Pasqualoni won't name a starting quarterback until game day. There is one clue about who won't start -- Michael Box said he has been practicing with the scout team. The Huskies got another commitment.
- Louisville quarterbacks coach Shawn Watson addresses the competition between Teddy Bridgewater and Will Stein.
- Things are not a snap for Pitt center Ryan Turnley. Myles Caragein is in line to lead the Panthers.
- Rutgers coach Greg Schiano is excited about his team after breaking camp Thursday. Paul Carrezola has made a big impact at tight end. The new trio of linebackers adds lots of speed. Wayne Warren is a serious drummer.
- Which Syracuse freshmen will play this season?
- Does USF have sleeper potential? Sam Barrington will start at strongside linebacker. There is still some competition for kicking jobs.
- Shaq Rowell took the long road to West Virginia. Dana Holgorsen's offense is simpler than it sounds. Confident Tyler Bitancurt is back kicking. A worry list for West Virginia fans.