With no returning starting quarterback with more than 11 starts under his belt, and a proven running-back on each team (except South Florida) it was known Big East teams' offenses' would primarily be focused on the running game.
But no Big East quarterback managed to throw for more than 265 yards and more than two touchdowns.
One bright spot was that not one of them threw more than one interception and three threw no picks at all.
Incidentally, the Big East went 1-4 against FBS teams; with the only win coming against Akron.
If the Big East wants to prove itself in out of conference games, the quarterback play must improve.
And with that I give you my post week one Big East quarterback rankings.