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2012 College Football schedule: Louisville heads to Syracuse, while Rutgers hosts Army

Louisville takes a trip to Syracuse while Rutgers, who's also at the top of the Big East standings, will play Army.

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There are only four more weeks left in the college football season, and the Big East is still wide open. Both Louisville and Rutgers remain undefeated in conference play, and they'll both be in action this weekend. Rutgers will play outside the conference, as Army makes the short trip south to Piscataway. The Black Knights pulled off a Commander-in-Chief's shocker last week, defeating Air Force to pick up their second win of the season. Rutgers, however, will be an entirely new challenge. With Kyle Flood's team rested and coming off a bye week, they'll be looking to take out their frustrations after a loss to Kent State.

Louisville, the league's other undefeated team, will play upstate at Syracuse. The Cardinals squeaked out a win over Cincinnati to finally win back the Keg of Nails trophy, and then rolled over Temple at home to improve to 9-0. Syracuse is still above .500 in the conference, but can they play spoiler for the league's banner carrier? Here's a complete schedule in the Big East for Week 11:

Friday, Nov. 9

Pittsburgh Panthers at Connecticut Huskies (8 p.m. ET, ESPN)

Saturday, Nov. 10

Army Black Knights at Rutgers Scarlet Knights (12 p.m. ET, ESPNU)

Louisville Cardinals at Syracuse Orange (12 p.m. ET, ABC)

Cincinnati Bearcats at Temple Owls (12 p.m. ET, Big East Network)