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Big East Football Power Rankings Week 9

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Butch Jones the Head Coach of the Cincinnati Bearcats.
Butch Jones the Head Coach of the Cincinnati Bearcats.

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.

Everyone sucks.

1. Cincinnati (8) (6-1, 2-0): 64 points -- @ South Florida W 37-34 -- Last Week: 2 

2. Syracuse (5-2, 1-1): 56 points -- vs. West Virginia W 49-23  -- Last Week: 4

3. West Virginia (5-2, 1-1): 47 points -- @ Syracuse L 49-23 -- Last Week: 1

4. Rutgers (5-2, 2-1): 40 points -- @ Louisville L 16-14  -- Last Week: 3 

5. Pittsburgh (3-4, 1-1): 30 points -- BYE -- Last Week: 5

6. Louisville (3-4, 1-1): 24 points -- vs. Rutgers W 16-14 -- Last Week: 8

7. UConn (3-4, 1-1): 18 points -- BYE -- Last Week: 8

8. South Florida (4-3, 0-3): 9 points -- vs. Cincinnati L 37-34 -- Last Week: 7

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

Individual ballots are after the jump.

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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