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SCS.comCFB PREVIEW 2011: BIG EAST
SCS.com August 28, 2011
By David, SCS.com Staff Writer
Although many called for the Big East to lose its automatic qualifier status in the BCS following the 2004 departure of three power teams, the league has more than asserted itself in the past five years by putting up the second best winning percentage against....[MORE]

SCS.comCFB PREVIEW 2009: BIG EAST
SCS.com August 12, 2009
By David, SCS.com Staff Writer
Welcome to the BCS conference version of the parity case study. While the Big East has been open to attacks on the conference crown since the ACC departures, West Virginia has been a steady favorite and national title contender. Now in year two post-Rich Rodriguez, the Mountaineers....[MORE]

SCS.comCFB PREVIEW 2008: BIG EAST
SCS.com July 28, 2008
By Matt, SCS.com Staff Writer
Before writing this preview, I was under the impression that the Big East was going to be the weakest BCS conference in 2008. Forgive me, for I have sinned. The Big East is one of the deepest conferences in college football. West Virginia is a national title contender and conference favorite....[MORE]

SCS.comHOOPS PREVIEW '07-'08: BIG EAST
SCS.com October 26, 2007
By Larry, SCS.com Staff Writer
As we continue our conference previews, we turn our attention to the Big East and Big XII. No conference may have more tournament caliber teams than the Big East, with ten teams having reasonable expectations of playing past their schedule and three of those holding Final Four....[MORE]

SCS.comCFB PREVIEW 2007: THE BIG EAST
SCS.com July 25, 2007
By David, SCS.com Staff Writer
It was only three years ago that the future of the Big East as a BCS conference seemed bleak as the ACC ripped two of the best Big East football teams away in Miami and Virginia Tech, as well as a solid program in Boston College. The Big East was the joke major conference....[MORE]

SCS.comHOOPS PREVIEW 2006-2007: THE BIG EAST
SCS.com November 10, 2006
By Jeff, SCS.com Staff Writer
Week two of the SCS.com Hoops Preview series concludes with a look at two major of the country's major conferences. This year, expect to see a few new faces near the top of the Big Ten standings once conference play rolls around, as Wisconsin, Ohio State, and Michigan should all be....[MORE]

SCS.comCFB PREVIEW 2006: THE BIG EAST
SCS.com July 20, 2006
By Jonathan, SCS.com Editor
A young West Virginia squad shocked most last season by sneaking up to win the Big East title and then taking home a Sugar Bowl win over Georgia. The Mountaineers, along with Louisville, are expected to be near the top of the standings once again in 2006. Pittsburgh, who had a rough....[MORE]

SCS.comONE ON ONE WITH JIM NEGRYCH
SCS.com February 10, 2006
By Jonathan, SCS.com Editor
For the second straight year, University of Pittsburgh second baseman Jim Negrych was kind enough to take time for a SCS.com exclusive interview leading up to the start of the season. The junior had two great seasons to get his Panther career started and was named Big East Rookie of....[MORE]

SCS.comHOOPS PREVIEW '05: HIGH-MAJORS, PART IV
SCS.com November 15, 2005
By Jeff, SCS.com Staff Writer
With the 2005-2006 college hoops season really heating up this week, SCS.com concludes its look at the individual conferences in part four of the high-major previews. Two of the best league's in the country, the ACC and Big East, are previewed in this edition. Each preview includes....[MORE]

SCS.comPREVIEWING THE 2005 BIG EAST
SCS.com August 1, 2005
By Jonathan, SCS.com Editor
Two Big East members jumped ship after the 2004 season, but three new schools, Louisville, South Florida, and Cincinnati, have expanded the conference's football playing members from seven to eight. The Cardinals, who were CUSA champs three of their final five seasons....[MORE]

SCS.comONE ON ONE WITH BRIAN BROHM
SCS.com July 29, 2005
By Jonathan, SCS.com Editor
University of Louisville quarterback Brian Brohm recently took time to answer a few questions from SCS.com. Brohm, who shared the QB duties with senior Stefan LeFors last season, is a returning sophomore and one of the Big East's top signal-callers....[MORE]

SCS.comONE ON ONE WITH JIM NEGRYCH
SCS.com March 9, 2005
By Jonathan, SCS.com Editor
University of Pittsburgh second baseman Jim Negrych recently took time to answer a few questions from SCS.com. Negrych is one of the top players in the Big East and is a returning sophomore for Joe Jordano's Panthers. After being named the Big East's Rookie of the Year....[MORE]

SCS.comPREVIEWING THE 2004 BIG EAST
SCS.com August 21, 2004
By Brad Cooper, SCS.com Big East Columnist
Since the controversial defections that took Miami and VA Tech to the ACC and made national headlines this time last year, the media in and around college football has written innumerable articles and stated hundreds of times in the media that the Big East is "watered down"...[MORE]

SCS.comPREVIEWING THE 2004 BIG EAST
SCS.com August 16, 2004
By Matt Allevato, SCS.com Big East Columnist
Mathias Kiwanuka. Walter Reyes. Chris Henry. Dan Orlovsky. Rob Petitti. These are names of Big East standouts, players who might not be too well known at the national level, but you can bet the new 7-team Big East knows all about these studs....[MORE]

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