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2010 Big East Composite Schedule & Top Games
Pitt's Dion Lewis & West Virginia's Jock Sanders
Pitt's Dion Lewis & West Virginia's Jock Sanders
CollegeFootballNews.com
Posted Feb 13, 2010


The Backyard Brawl between Pitt and West Virginia should be the Big East game of the year ... maybe. Cincinnati, South Florida, Rutgers, and Connecticut might have something to say about that. Check out the 2010 Big East Composite Schedule and Top Conference and Non-Conference Games.


2010 Big East Composite Schedule

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

Each week's games ranked from best to worst, or most important to least important.

Big East Composite Schedules 2009 | 2008 | 2007
Big East Team-By-Team Breakdowns 2009 | 2008 | 2007

- 2010 Big East Team-By-Team Schedule Analysis

Top Ten Big East Games
1. West Virginia at Pitt, Nov. 26
2. Cincinnati at West Virginia, Nov. 13
3. Pitt at Cincinnati, Dec. 4
4. USF at West Virginia, Oct. 14
5. Rutgers at West Virginia, Dec. 4
6. Pitt at USF, Nov. 20
7. Rutgers at Pitt, Oct. 23
8. Rutgers at USF, Nov. 3
9. USF at Cincinnati, Oct. 22
10. Pitt at Connecticut, Nov. 11

Top Ten Big East Non-Conference Games
1. Oklahoma at Cincinnati, Sept. 23
2. Miami at Pitt, Sept. 25
3. West Virginia at LSU, Sept. 25
4. Pitt at Utah, Sept. 2
5. North Carolina at Rutgers, Sept. 25
6. Pitt at Notre Dame, Oct. 9
7. USF at Miami. Sept. 27
8. Connecticut at Michigan, Sept. 4
9. USF at Florida, Sept. 11
10. Cincinnati at NC State, Sept. 16

Thursday, September 2

1. Pitt at Utah
2. Norfolk State at Rutgers

Saturday, September 4
1. Connecticut at Michigan
2. Kentucky at Louisville
3. Cincinnati at Fresno State
4. Syracuse at Akron
5. Stony Brook at USF
6. Coastal Carolina at West Virginia

Saturday, September 11
1. USF at Florida
2. Syracuse at Washington
3. West Virginia at Marshall
4. Rutgers at FIU
5. New Hampshire at Pitt
6. Eastern Kentucky at Louisville
7. Texas Southern at Connecticut
8. Indiana State at Cincinnati

Thursday, September 16
1. Cincinnati at NC State

Saturday, September 18
2. Louisville at Oregon State
3. Maryland at West Virginia
4. Connecticut at Temple
5. Maine at Syracuse

Thursday, September 23
2. Miami at Pitt

Saturday, September 25
1. Oklahoma at Cincinnati
3. West Virginia at LSU
4. North Carolina at Rutgers
5. Buffalo at Connecticut
6. Western Kentucky at USF

Saturday, October 2
1. Vanderbilt at Connecticut
2. Louisville at Arkansas State
3. Florida Atlantic at USF
4. Tulane at Rutgers
5. FIU at Pitt

Friday, October 8
2. Connecticut at Rutgers

Saturday, October 9
1. Pitt at Notre Dame
3. Syracuse at USF
4. UNLV at West Virginia
5. Memphis at Louisville
6. Miami Univ. at Cincinnati

Thursday, October 14
1. USF at West Virginia

Friday October 15
2. Cincinnati at Louisville

Saturday, October 16
3. Pitt at Syracuse
4. Army at Rutgers

Friday, October 22
1. USF at Cincinnati

Saturday, October 23
2. Rutgers at Pitt
3. Connecticut at Louisville
4. Syracuse at West Virginia

Friday, October 29
1. West Virginia at Connecticut

Saturday, October 30
2. Louisville at Pitt
3. Syracuse at Cincinnati

Wednesday, November 3
1.Rutgers at USF

Saturday, November 6
2. Louisville at Syracuse

Thursday, November 11
2. Pitt at Connecticut

Saturday, November 13
1. Cincinnati at West Virginia
3. USF at Louisville
4. Syracuse at Louisville

Saturday, November 20
1. Pitt at USF
2. Rutgers at Cincinnati
3. West Virginia at Louisville
4. Connecticut at Syracuse

Friday, November 26
1. West Virginia at Pitt
4 Louisville at Rutgers

Saturday, November 27
2. USF at Miami
3. Cincinnati at Connecticut
5. Boston College at Syracuse

Saturday, December 4
1. Pitt at Cincinnati
2. Rutgers at West Virginia
3. Connecticut at USF

  










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