Should have gotten to this earlier in the week, but Pitt quarterback Tino Sunseri made the Big East's weekly honor roll for his big performance against Temple.
Sunseri threw for more than 300 yards, had three touchdowns, and no interceptions. Those numbers might normally mean he would garner consideration for the offensive player of the week award, but he was overshadowed by Louisville signal-caller Teddy Bridgewater. Bridgewater went off against Cincinnati last week with 416 yards and two fourth-quarter touchdown strikes to keep the Cardinals undefeated.
Getting back to Sunseri, the more the season goes on, the better he's been. He's just having an unbelievable year and currently has the top passer rating in the conference. He also ranks second in yards, third in touchdowns, and has thrown the fewest interceptions of any starting QB in the Big East. If you're not on the Sunseri bandwagon by now, you're just missing out.