Big East Football Confab: Week 2

Will Pitt rise or fall in 2012? (Photo by Andy Lyons/Getty Images)

I'm participating in a series over at Big East Coast Bias called the Big East Football Confab. Each week, we'll be answering a conference-related football question. Actually started this last week, but this week's question is about the teams that will rise and fall the most in terms of conference wins and losses. We also were asked about how Temple will fare in their first Big East season of their second tenure in the conference.

I chose South Florida to improve the most over their one Big East win and Cincinnati to fall the most. Pitt was 4-3 last season in the conference. If everything breaks right, they could improve on that, but not sure by how much. And unlike some of the responses, I don't see them falling significantly.

Head over to BECB to find out why and also see the other blogger responses.

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