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TheRoundUp 10/20: Football heads toward second half

The Day - Struggling Huskies anxious to get back to work | News from southeastern Connecticut
While everyone who took part in Tuesday's weekly press conference acknowledges the disappointment of a 3-3 start, a sense of optimism - not panic - still remains.

Charlie Strong: Louisville football players need attitude adjustment | courier-journal.com | The Courier-Journal
The Cardinals, three years removed from their last bowl trip and one season removed from a 31-point loss to Cincinnati, seemed content with just being in the game, he said.

What computers say about the Big East - Big East Blog - ESPN
OK, computers, let's see how your Big East power rankings look.

Big Plays? Now Louisville Knows Big Plays - UConn Huskies Football Blog | Hartford Courant | Desmond Conner
Last season, the Cardinals had 40 plays of 20 or more yards, while this year, Louisville has already registered 35 of them including 12 on the ground.

Quality stuff after the jump, including the annual Big East basketball media poll and (not-so-good) news on recruiting prospect Jabarie Hinds.

Pitt picked to win Big East, Syracuse picked to finish 3rd in Post-Standard's annual preseason writers poll | syracuse.com
UConn came in 10th in the annual media poll.

Jabarie Hinds Makes the Call | ZagsBlog.com
"I made my final decision and I’ll be heading to West Virginia University, the Mountaineers," said the 6-foot, 170-pound Hinds, the No. 26 point guard in the Class of 2011 according to Rivals. UConn was thought to be a leading contender for Hinds.

The Day - NO. 5 UCONN WINS AGAIN | News from southeastern Connecticut
The UConn men's soccer team, ranked fifth in the nation, scored a pair of second half goals to beat West Virginia Tuesday night, 2-0, in a Big East match.