The Way I See It: The Big East's Power Rankings (Nov. 30)

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The Way I See It: The Big East's Power Rankings (Nov. 30)
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1.) Syracuse (6-0):

The Orange beat No. 6 North Carolina, and No. 12 California by impressive margins giving them the top spot this week.

2.) Villanova (6-0):

They beat the No. 18 Dayton team 71-65, but barely got by George Mason 69-68 keeping them from the top spot so far.

3.) West Virginia (5-0):

The 76 Classic Champions got a win over an impressive Portland team this week.

4.) Connecticut (4-1):

The Huskies lost against Duke 68-59, but showed they have talent to compete for a Big East crown.

5.) Cincinnati (4-1):

The Bearcats already have a quality win over No. 21 Maryland, 69-57.

6.) Louisville (4-1):

This team has some work to do before they’ll be among the Big East elite.

7.) Georgetown (4-0):

The 46-45 performance against Temple scares me from putting them any higher right now.

8.) Marquette (6-1):

They upset No. 15 Michigan 79-65 and lost to Florida State 57-56, don’t under estimate this team.

9.) Pittsburgh (5-1):

The Panthers lost to Texas 62-78.  They need to be more competitive if they’re going to have a chance in the Big East this year.

10.) South Florida (6-1):

This team will pull some upsets in Big East play this year.

11.) Notre Dame (6-1):

The weak schedule so far hasn’t been helped with a loss to Northwestern.

12.) St. Johns (5-0):

The Red Storm will get a chance to prove itself at Duke on Dec. 5.

13.) Seton Hall (4-0):

The Pirates key win on the year is a 89-79 victory at Cornell.

14.) DePaul (4-1):

The Blue Demons needed overtime to squeak by Detroit 68-66 this week.

15.) Providence (4-2):

The Friars already have two losses on the season, and when conference play starts, expect plenty more.

16.) Rutgers (3-2):

The Gators beat them by 15 this week showing Rutgers fans it’s going to be a long season for the Scarlet Knights.

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