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2010 CFN All-East Team & Top 30 Players
Connecticut RB Jordan Todman
Connecticut RB Jordan Todman
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Posted Dec 15, 2010


2010 CFN All-Big East Team, Top 30 Players, & Players of the Year

2010 Big East All-Conf. Team

& Top 30 Players

- Cincinnati | Connecticut | Louisville | Pittsburgh
- Rutgers | South Florida | Syracuse | West Virginia

2010 ALL-CONFERENCE TEAMS & TOP 30 PLAYERS
- ACC | Big East | Big Ten | Big 12 | C-USA | Ind & ND
- MAC | Mountain West | Pac 10 | SEC | Sun Belt | WAC
  
2009 All-Conference Teams  ACC | Big East | Big 10 | Big 12
C-USA | MAC | M-West | Pac 10 | SEC | Sun Belt | WAC

2008 All-Conference Teams  ACC | Big East | Big 10 | Big 12
C-USA | MAC | M-West | Pac 10 | SEC | Sun Belt | WAC  

Big East Standings
  Conf. Overall
Conn. 5 2 8 4
W. Virginia 5 2 9 3
Pitt 5 2 7 5
Syracuse 4 3 7 5
USF 3 4 7 4
Louisville 3 4 6 6
Cincinnati 2 5 4 8
Rutgers 1 6 4 8
Players of the Week
11/27 RB J. Todman, UConn
11/20 RB Isaiah Pead, Cin
11/13 RB J. Todman, UConn
11/6 RB Moise Plancher, USF
10/30 LB Sio Moore, Conn
10/23 QB B.J. Daniels, USF
10/16 WR Armon Binns, UC
10/9 QB Chas Dodd, Rut
10/1 RB Bilal Powell, UL
9/25 RB Delone Carter, SU
9/18 QB Geno Smith, WV
9/11 QB Geno Smith, WV
9/4 QB B.J. Daniels, USF

Games of the Week
11/27 USF 23, Miami 20 OT
11/20 Pitt 17, USF 10
11/13 USF 24, Louis. 21 OT
11/6 USF 28, Rutgers 27
10/30 Conn 16, WVU 13 OT
10/23 USF 38, Cincinnati 30
10/16 Rutgers 23, Army 20
10/9 Rutgers 27, UConn 24
10/1 UL 34, Ark St 24
9/25 OU 31, Cin 29
9/18 Or St 35, UL 28
9/11 WVU 24, MU 21 OT
9/4 Utah 27, Pitt 24 OT

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Offensive Player of the Year

RB Jordan Todman, Jr. UConn

Defensive Player of the Year
LB Lawrence Wilson, Sr. UConn

2010 CFN All-Big East Offense
QB – Geno Smith, Soph. West Va.
RB – Bilal Powell, Sr. Louisville
RB – Jordan Todman, Jr. UConn
WR – Armon Binns, Sr. Cincinnati
WR – D.J. Woods, Jr. Cincinnati
TE – Cameron Graham, Sr. Louisville
OL – Sampson Genus, Sr. USF
OL – Zach Hurd, Sr. Connecticut
OL – Jason Pinkston, Sr. Pitt
OL – Justin Pugh, Soph. Syracuse
OL – Mark Wetterer, Sr. Louisville
PK – Dave Teggart, Jr. UConn
KR – Lindsey Lamar, Soph. USF

2010 CFN All-Big East Defense
DL – Brandon Lindsey, Jr. Pitt
DL – Terrell McClain, Sr. USF
DL – Chris Neild, Sr. West Virginia
DL – Jabaal Sheard, Sr. Pitt
LB – Doug Hogue, Sr. Syracuse
LB – J.K. Schaeffer, Jr. Cincinnati
LB – Lawrence Wilson, Sr. UConn
DB – Dom DeCicco, Sr. Pitt
DB – Brandon Hogan, Sr. West Va.
DB – Joe Lefeged, Sr. Rutgers
DB – Johnny Patrick, Sr. Louisville
P – Rob Long, Sr. Syracuse
PR – Cameron Saddler, Soph. Pitt

3 Biggest Surprises
1. Connecticut in the Fiesta
2. Syracuse going 7-5
3. TCU in 2012

3 Biggest Disappointments
1. Dave Wannstedt getting canned
2. Bill Stewart getting canned despite going 9-3
3. Cincinnati going from 12-1 to 4-8

Best Game of the Season 

Dec 4  Connecticut 19 … at South Florida 16
Connecticut earned a spot in the BCS as Dave Taggart nailed his fourth field goal of the game, hitting a bomb from 52 yards away with 17 seconds to play. The Huskies didn’t come up with an offensive touchdown as Lawrence Wilson took an interception 55 yards for a touchdown in the second quarter, and Taggart added a 22-yarder in the third for a 13-3 lead. Down 16-6, USF rallied with a 28-yard Dontavia Bogan touchdown catch and moved deep into UConn territory late, but the Huskies held to allow only a 22-yard field goal to tie it with 1:16 to play, but a big kickoff return and a short field gave Taggart his chance. USF outgained UConn 333 yards to 232.

Second Best Game: Sept. 10: West Virginia 24, Marshall 21 OT
Third Best Game: Oct. 30: Connecticut 16, West Virginia 13 OT

Coach of the Year - Randy Edsall, Connecticut
2) Doug Marrone, Syracuse, 3) Charlie Strong, Louisville

Performances of the Year
1) Nov. 11 - Connecticut RB Jordan Todman ran 37 times for 222 yards, and he caught a pass for seven yards in the win over Pitt.
2) Sept. 10 - West Virginia QB Geno Smith completed 32-of-45 passes for 316 yards and a score, and he ran 14 times for 13 yards in the win over Marshall.
3) Oct. 13 - Connecticut LB Sio Moore, made 17 tackles, 13 solo, with two forced fumbles and two fumble recoveries in the win over West Virginia.

Top Freshman - S Hakeem Smith, Louisville

The Best Big East Players of 2010
1. RB Jordan Todman, Jr. UConn
2. LB Lawrence Wilson, Sr. UConn
3. DE Jabaal Sheard, Sr. Pitt
4. WR Armon Binns, Sr. Cincinnati
5. RB Bilal Powell, Sr. Louisville
6. OG Mark Wetterer, Sr. Louisville
7. DT Terrell McClain, Sr. South Florida
8. QB Geno Smith, Soph. West Va.
9. QB Zach Collaros, Jr. Cincinnati
10. LB Doug Hogue, Sr. Syracuse
11. NT Chris Neild, Sr. West Virginia
12. OT Jason Pinkston, Sr. Pitt
13. WR D.J. Woods, Jr. Cincinnati
14. LB J.K. Schaeffer, Jr. Cincinnati
15. OG Zach Hurd, Sr. UConn
16. S Dom DeCicco, Sr. Pitt
17. RB Isaiah Pead, Jr. Cincinnati
18. CB Johnny Patrick, Sr. Louisville
19. RB Dion Lewis, Soph. Pitt
20. CB Brandon Hogan, Sr. West Va.
21. LB Derrell Smith, Sr. Syracuse
22. WR Jon Baldwin, Jr. Pitt
23. S Joe Lefeged, Sr. Rutgers
24. DE Brandon Lindsey, Jr. Pitt
25. CB Keith Tandy, Jr. West Virginia
26. C Sampson Genus, Sr. USF
27. RB Ray Graham, Soph. Pitt
28. RB Delone Carter, Sr. Syracuse
29. S Robert Sands, Jr. West Virginia
30. WR Jock Sanders, Sr. West Virginia