Big East Football: Monday Morning One-Liners

Sean Martin@SaturdaysGameCorrespondent ISeptember 13, 2010

With a lackluster first-half performance against Indiana State, Cincinnati head coach Butch Jones demanded more from his team.

In the midst of a 59-point victory, Connecticut head coach Randy Edsall was focused on the play of backup quarterback Michael Box.

One of Louisville’s defenders co-leads the nation in sacks.

If anything will keep Pittsburgh playing at a high(er) level, it will be the Panthers’ defense.

Rutgers sophomore quarterback Tom Savage played miserably against Florida International.

The South Florida Bulls are awaiting news on their most experienced receiver’s health.

It was a lack of execution that put down Syracuse on Saturday.

West Virginia and Marshall had a hell of a finish in the Friends of Coal Bowl last Friday.

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