Big East gets three ranked teams

October, 7, 2012
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Three undefeated teams for the Big East means three ranked teams in each poll this week.

The last time that happened? The final rankings of the 2009 season, when Cincinnati (No. 8 AP, No. 9 coaches'), Pitt (No. 15/15) and West Virginia (No. 25/22) all finished ranked in both polls.

Cincinnati cracked this week's AP poll after its 52-14 win over Miami (Ohio), one week after debuting in the coaches' poll at No. 23.

The Bearcats check in at No. 21 in this week's AP poll and jumped three spots to No. 20 in the coaches'.

Rutgers moved up two spots in each poll, to Nos. 20 and 19, after beating UConn. Louisville remains the highest-ranked Big East team, at Nos. 18 and 16.

Matt Fortuna | email

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