West Virginia is tempting, as they represent what will be a very weak Big East Conference in 2011.
Mountaineers are likely to be the only Big East team ranked at the beginning of the season, and will play a very manageable schedule.
The one big game looming is a match-up with powerhouse LSU. But it's a home game, and by far the biggest test West Virginia will face all season, while LSU has Oregon, Mississippi State, Florida, and Auburn just in the first two months of their season.
The addition of Dana Holgorsen should be integral to improving the offense, which returns Geno Smith.
Though the Mountaineers lost many key players on both sides of the ball, they could be in a position to run the table if they could surprise LSU on Sept. 24.
After hanging with the Tigers last season, it seems possible (though unlikely) that they could pull the upset with the venue moved to Mountaineer Field.