Big East Football Power Rankings Week 11

Welcome back to the Big East Football Power Rankings. Every week the editors of SB Nation's Big East blogs will cast their vote in an attempt to measure the current state of the Big East. The results are below.

You know who is terrible? Everyone in this conference. Okay, maybe not Cincinnati (though there is still plenty of time for them to get sucked down into the muck that everyone else resides in), but this is getting bad folks. Just go look at the ballot submitted by The Smoking Musket -- our West Virginia friends are clearly shell-shocked from the past couple of weeks and they can't believe what's happening in front of them.

Frankly, neither can I. Syracuse, who I kind of thought was good, came into East Hartford and laid an egg despite forcing five turnovers. Louisville, who was the laughingstock of the league before UConn and South Florida were, went into West Virginia and won. Pittsburgh lost to Cincinnati, which might be the only thing in the conference that makes sense, but it's balanced out by the fact that Rutgers (home to one good season in the last 130 years) is somehow third in the conference. Oh, and then they're South Florida, who, as Meacham pointed out is the Gil of the conference:

 

Oh, who are we kidding, we're all Gil.

1. Cincinnati (7) (7-1, 3-0): 56 points -- @ Pittsburgh @ 26-23 -- Last Week: 1

2. Louisville (5-4, 3-1): 49 points -- @ West Virginia W 38-35 -- Last Week: 3

T-3. Rutgers (5-4, 3-2): 37 points -- vs. South Florida W 20-17 OT  -- Last Week: 4

T-3. West Virginia (6-3, 2-2): 37 points -- vs. Louisville L 38-35 -- Last Week: 2 

5. Pittsburgh (4-5, 2-2): 25 points -- vs. Cincinnati L 26-23 -- Last Week: 5

6. UConn (4-5, 2-2): 21 points -- vs. Syracuse @ 28-21 -- Last Week:

7. Syracuse (5-4, 1-3): 20 points -- @ UConn L 28-21  -- Last Week: 6 7

8. South Florida (4-4, 0-4): 7 points -- @ Rutgers L 20-17 OT -- Last Week: 8

Past Rankings: Week 1 | Week 2 | Week 3 | Week 4 | Week 5 | Week 6 | Week 7 | Week 8 | Week 9 | Week 10

Individual ballots are after the jump.

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

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

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

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

Troy Nunes is an Absolute Magician
1. Cincinnati
2. Louisville
3. West Virginia
4. Rutgers
5. UConn
6. Pittsburgh
7. Syracuse
8. South Florida

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

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

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