Time to check the rest of the Big East blogs on SB Nation and see what's happening. We'll start with another blog that's absolutely fed up with its head football coach.
The UConn Blog's game wrap details exactly why they're done with Paul Pasqualoni, including his shameful decision to let Lyle McCombs travel to Rutgers and play the day after being arrested on domestic violence charges.
More about the insanity of the coaches and their game plans in East Hartford.
Although Louisville goes into conference play at 5-0 and ranked in the top 20, their first Big East games have not been kind ever since joining the league in 2005. If I had a copy, that 2005 blowout of Louisville would be my USF binky. It would be very comforting at times like these.
Semi-transcript of an interview Cardinals basketball coach Rick Pitino did on Louisville radio earlier this week.
Why on earth are Louisville and Pittsburgh kicking off at 11 in the morning? Possibly because ESPN needed to do some shuffling to fit the postponed Texas A&M-Louisiana Tech game onto its TV schedule.
Who is Matt buying and selling on Cincinnati's football team?
On the Banks is clearly feeling its oats now that Rutgers is back in the top 25. Today it's a broadside against Doug Marrone. Rutgers and Syracuse meet to argue over the completely overrated entity that is being "New York's college football team" this weekend.
Meanwhile, Sean casts the matchup as the nouveau riche of Rutgers against the bloodied, unbowed old money of Syracuse.
The Bradley Center is being reseated for Marquette basketball this coming season, and AE is here to tell you it's not that terrible.