College Football: Week 4 Big East Wide Receiver Rankings

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College Football: Week 4 Big East Wide Receiver Rankings

Those fans who thought Week 3 was a tragedy for the Big East…well they definitely were even more disappointed by the end of Week 4.

For starters, Rutgers lost a very winnable game against UNC on their home turf. 

UNC came into the game with 12 players under NCAA investigation regarding illegal benefits, leaving seven starters riding the bench. 

Nevertheless, RU’s offense remained lackluster with the continued struggles of quarterback Tom Savage, and just blew one opportunity after another to seal a win.

Speaking of disappointing losses, Pittsburg got routed by 19 in the nation Miami in a 31-3 domination.

While few gave the Panthers a legitimate shot in this one, many expected them to at least be competitive and show they still had life in this young season. 

That basically never happened, and it is easy to argue that their season is in serious jeopardy.  This week’s meeting against FIU, a team who gave Rutgers a run for their money, will be a good indicator where the Panthers are truly at.

Cincinnati again came up short in a tight one against number eight in the nation Oklahoma.   

Despite a great effort from quarterback Zach Collaros, he threw for 305 yards and 3 touchdowns, the Sooners refused to lose and dropped the Bearcats to 1-3.

With that all being said, let us get to the weekly wide receiver rankings.  

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