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PISCATAWAY, NJ - NOVEMBER 12:  Head coach Greg Schiano of the Rutgers Scarlet Knights leads his team on the field to play against the South Florida Bulls at Rutgers Stadium on November 12, 2009 in Piscataway, New Jersey.  (Photo by Jim McIsaac/Getty Images)
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Sean MartinCorrespondent ISeptember 23, 2010

With rain and lightning, Cincinnati headed indoors for yesterday’s practice in preparation for No. 8 Oklahoma.

Randy Edsall is still waiting for a leader to prevent himself for Connecticut.

One Louisville tight end has earned himself the name Mr. Reliable.

Pittsburgh was able to prepare for No. 19 Miami perfectly because the two schools run the same offense and defense.

Rutgers knows they will be facing North Carolina’s secondary, um, secondary, but the Scarlet Knights are aware of how good it is. (My note: Check out Greg Schiano’s beard.)

With a game against Western Kentucky this weekend, South Florida and head coach Skip Holtz are ready for the Hilltoppers’ “powerful” offense.

How did Hofstra hurt Syracuse this year when the two teams did not even play? (I am aware the Pride do not have a football team.)

In West Virginia’s matchup with LSU, which No. 7 will have the better game, Noel Devine or Patrick Peterson?

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