Big East Football Power Rankings Week 3

First and foremost, let us all offer a hearty handshake and warm congratulations to Lousiville, who is still in a distant eighth in the rankings, but for the first time that position is not unanimous. Nice job Cardinals, keep moving on up in the world. Secondly, this is a horrible, horrible conference. The second-, third-, and fourth-ranked teams all solidified their lead by not actually playing. That is not a good sign. Meanwhile, UConn plummeted like they deserved to, and Syracuse moved up in the world ecause UConn and Cincinnati looked so indefensibly bad.

1. West Virginia (5) (3-0): 47 points -- vs. Maryland W 31-17 -- Last Week:1

2. Pittsburgh (1-1): (1) 44 points -- BYE -- Last Week: 2

3. Rutgers (2-0): 34 points -- BYE -- Last Week:4

4. South Florida (1-1): 27 points -- BYE -- Last Week: 4

5. Syracuse (2-1): 22 points -- vs. Maine W 38-14 -- Last Week: 7

6. Cincinnati (1-2): 18 points -- @ NC State L 30-19 -- Last Week:

7. UConn (1-2): 16 points -- @ Temple L 30-16 -- Last Week: 3

8. Louisville (1-2): 9 points -- @ Oregon St. W 35-28 -- Last Week: 8

Past rankings: Week 1 | Week 2

Individual ballots after the jump.

Card Chronicle:

1. West Virginia
2. Pittsburgh
3. Rutgers
4. South Florida
5. Cincinnati
6. UConn
7. Syracuse
8. Louisville

On The Banks:

1. Pittsburgh
2. West Virginia
3. Rutgers
4. Cincinnati
5. UConn
6. Syracuse
7. Louisville
8. South Florida

Smoking Musket:

1. West Virginia
2. Pitt
3. USF
4. Rutgers
5. Syracuse
6. Cincinnati
7. Louisville
8. UConn

Troy Nunes is an Absolute Magician:

1. West Virginia
2. Pittsburgh
3. Rutgers
4. Syracuse
5. South Florida
6. UConn
7. Louisville
8. Cincinnati

TheUConnBlog:

1. West Virginia
2. Pittsburgh
3. Rutgers
4. South Florida
5. Syracuse
6. UConn
7. Cincinnati
8. Louisville

Voodoo Five:

1. West Virginia
2. Pittsburgh
3. South Florida
4. Rutgers
5. Syracuse
6. Cincinnati
7. UConn
8. Louisville

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