Saturday wasn't so kind to the Syracuse Orange.
Not only did SU lose to Connecticut, 23-6, pretty much ending its hopes of winning a Big East Championship, but the Orange (7-4, 4-3 Big East) did not receive an votes in the latest college football polls, which came out on Sunday.
Last week, Syracuse was the only Big East team that received any votes in the AP and USA Today polls. Since Week 9, the Orange had never cracked the Top 25 in either polls but did earn honorable mention.
West Virginia (7-3, 3-2), which defeated host Louisville, 17-10, Saturday, earned 13 points, placing them 30th in the country in the USA Today poll. The Mountaineers earned 26 points, placing them 27th in the AP poll.
First place Pittsburgh (6-4, 4-1) earned just five points, placing them 34th in the USA Today poll. The Panthers did not receiving any votes in the AP poll.
For the sixth straight week, Oregon (10-0 overall) earned the top spot in both polls. Auburn (11-0) was No. 2 for the third straight week, earned the No. 2 spot.
From No. 3 to No. 5, both polls had Boise State, TCU and Wisconsin, respectively.