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Wednesday, August 31, 2011
Big East lunchtime links
By Andrea Adelson
Are you ready for some football? One more day ...
Junior tight end Travis Kelce is
out for Cincinnati's opener.
Strip steaks for turnovers,
Desmond Conner of The Hartford Courant profiles
UConn coach Paul Pasqualoni.
UConn is still awaiting word on whether it will be able to
reschedule its game against Fordham
on the outcome of the game.
Starters will play on special teams
for Louisville. Eric Crawford of the Courier-Journal wonders how the punishment of several Miami players involved in the Nevin Shapiro scandal
impacts Clint Hurtt.
The Pitt defense hopes to
emulate the Steelers.
Defensive line is a
strong area for the Panthers.
Rutgers is going to
rotate its cornerbacks.
A nice column by Jerry Izenberg on N.C. Central coach
Chas Dodd is already
leading the team as a sophomore.
No more Mr. Changeup
for Syracuse running back Antwon Bailey. Former Syracuse defensive coordinator Steve Russ returns as an
assistant with Wake Forest.
Winning on the road is key
for USF's Big East championship hopes. B.J. Daniels
learned from last season.
West Virginia running backs are going to have to
protect Geno Smith, too.
with West Virginia Illustrated. Rivals.com ranks Jeff Casteel as one of the
top coordinators in the nation.
offenses are physical.