This is the big one. With a Big East championship and a BCS bowl berth on the line, one team will get it all and one team will drop it all. This is it.
After rolling to nine straight victories, the Cardinals have dropped two straight - including a triple overtime loss to Connecticut last week. Now, with a league championship and BCS bowl on the line, Louisville is set to leave it all on the gridiron
After dropping a disappointing, lopsided loss to Pitt last Saturday afternoon, the Scarlet Knights are in complete control of their own destiny this week. That destiny could lead Rutgers straight to the first-ever Big East championship in program his
Forget the Big 10 move; the No. 18 Rutgers football team only has eyes for their final two Big East games of the season and it all starts Saturday afternoon, on the road, at Pittsburgh.
In a battle for their rest of their season, Pitt is hoping to upset Rutgers along the way as the Scarlet Knights fight for a share of their first-ever Big East title.
With all the talk surrounding the seemingly inevitable Big 10 move, the Scarlet Knights still have two Big East games to focus on and it all starts this weekend when they face off against Pitt in their final road game of the season.
The Scarlet Knights control their own destiny - and the change to grab a lead in the series matchup - when they go up against the Bearcats in Saturday's major Big East challenge.
If you're looking for a rivalry and a battle for a Big East championship; you've come to to the right place.
Three games. Three Big East opponents. One championship on the line. It's go-time for the Scarlet Knights.