Big East Football: Wesnesday Morning One-Liners

Sean MartinCorrespondent IOctober 20, 2010

LOUISVILLE, KY - OCTOBER 15:  Bilal Powell #15 of  the Louisville Cardinals runs with the ball while tackled by Reuben Johnson #5 of the Cincinnati Bearcats during the game at Papa John's Cardinal Stadium on October 15, 2010 in Louisville, Kentucky.  (Photo by Andy Lyons/Getty Images)
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Check out how the computers feel about the Big East teams.

Here is an interesting statistic: Cincinnati boasted the BCS’ youngest defense when it started eight sophomores last week against Louisville.

Connecticut lost a starting offensive lineman this week for, you guessed it, personal reasons.

Louisville possesses the nation’s fourth leading rusher, but Bilal Powell is not used to the notoriety yet.

The offensive line for Pittsburgh will be facing its toughest test yet in Rutgers’ defensive front.

Rutgers’ Eric LeGrand is responsive and aware of the situation he is in after a truly devastating injury he suffered this past weekend. It’s never too late to say a prayer.

Skip Holtz may be feeling South Florida’s lack of success the most.

Syracuse head coach Doug Marrone: “We're not looking at it as, 'Things are bad. The sky is falling down.' I don't feel that way, and I don't think the players do.”

The best defensive player for West Virginia may come as a shock.