Big East Football: Wednesday Morning One-Liners

Sean Martin@SaturdaysGameCorrespondent ISeptember 15, 2010

NEW BRUNSWICK, NJ - SEPTEMBER 02:  Jamal Giddens #9 of the Norfolk State Spartans attempts to tackle Tom Savage #7 of the Rutgers Scarlet Knights at Rutgers Stadium on September 2, 2010 in New Brunswick, New Jersey.  The Scarlet Knights beat the Spartans 31 - 0.(Photo by Andrew Burton/Getty Images)
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There are a lot of ties in this weekend’s Cincinnati-NC State game.

Find out why the number 67 is important to Connecticut football.

After moving to cornerback from running back, one Louisville player might find himself on the field fast due to injured teammates.

He returned from being sidelined, then he was declared sidelined again despite playing well against Utah. Now, defensive end Greg Romeus will undergo back surgery and will miss a significant chunk of the Panthers’ season.

It is a good thing that Rutgers has a bye this week, because their 19-14 victory over Florida International last weekend was not impressive.

Former South Florida head coach Jim Leavitt is trying to connect his firing to a basketball transfer. Click HERE for the interesting story.

Syracuse head coach Doug Marrone was reportedly very upset with his staff, as opposed to his players following a 41-20 loss at Washington.

West Virginia head coach Bill Stewart spoke out yesterday during his normal Tuesday press conference on newly suspended cornerback Brandon Hogan.