Big East Football: Monday Morning One-Liners

Sean MartinCorrespondent ISeptember 20, 2010

TAMPA, FL - OCTOBER 13: Wide receiver Dontavia Bogan #81 of the University of South Florida Bulls lines up against the University of Central Florida Knights at Raymond James Stadium on October 13, 2007 in Tampa, Florida. The Bulls won 64 - 12. (Photo by Al Messerschmidt/Getty Images)
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There is no time for sulking. Cincinnati needs to get over its loss to N.C. State last Thursday night to regroup for No. 7 Oklahoma this Saturday night.

The starting quarterback position is no lock at Connecticut.

Louisville might have played its best game last Saturday in a loss at Oregon State.

Just because you are not playing does not mean you can do what you want. One Panther player was arrested Saturday morning for fighting in downtown Pittsburgh.

Rutgers quarterback Tom Savage met with former Scarlet Knight quarterback Mike Teel to discuss Savage’s play thus far on the year. The two talked for three hours.

The status of South Florida wide receiver Dontavia Bogan is still uncertain for the Bulls’ game this weekend.

Syracuse head coach Doug Marrone is not one to panic, and he also refuses to let his players panic.

The playmakers for West Virginia stood out in the Mountaineers’ win over Maryland on Saturday.