College Football Power Rankings: The Big East Quarterbacks After Week Four

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College Football Power Rankings: The Big East Quarterbacks After Week Four
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The Big East had its worst week yet, going 2-4 against FBS opponents.  Both wins were against non-AQ conference teams.

The overall quarterback play was atrocious with the Big East QB's averaging 132 yards against FBS opponents.  Only Cincinnati's Zach Collaros managed to throw for more than 200 yards and only three quarterbacks threw more than one touchdown.

I'm a big supporter of the Big East and I've refused to admit that the Big East is the worst of the Big six conferences.  But even I'm starting to have my doubts.

If the quarterback play doesn't improve Big East teams aren't going to see an improvement any time soon and the haters will call for the Big East to lose it's AQ bid more than it has ever done before.

At least Louisville and quarterback Adam Froman didn't do anything wrong, since they had a bye week.

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