Big East Power Rankings: One Step Forward, Two Steps Back

Time for another installment of the weekly Big East Power Rankings. As always, they're hosted by Andrew over at The UConn Blog. Keep in mind, the voting took place after this past weekend.

Pitt seemed to make good progress after winning four in a row, but that all came to an abrupt stop with road losses to South Florida and Seton Hall. So how did that affect Pitt's standings in the weekly rankings?

This week, Pitt came out at 11th, only dropping one spot from their tenth-place slot last week. As we've seen all year, that's not so much due to respect for Pitt as it is that other teams are losing games as well. The Big East is down a bit this season and teams are really beating up on each other.

Here was the Cardiac Hill ballot:

1. Syracuse
2. Georgetown
3. Marquette
4. Notre Dame
5. Louisville
6. Cincinnati
7. UConn
8. South Florida
9. Seton Hall
10. West Virginia
11. Pittsburgh
12. Rutgers
13. Villanova
14. St. John's
15. DePaul
16. Providence

As always, check out the full rankings and individual ballots over at The UConn Blog here at this link.

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