Big East Football Betting Lines - Pitt Predicted 4-3 Conference Record

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Big East Coast Bias has an interesting post up on conference betting lines (for entertainment purposes only, of course) - for every 2012 Big East football game.

Pitt checks out at 4-3 landing them right in the middle of the Big East (where most people are actually projecting them. Take a look at Pitt's individual games after the jump.

Based on the lines, Pitt would have victories against Connecticut, Rutgers, Syracuse, and Temple. Losses would come to Louisville, Cincinnati, and South Florida.

Going a bit further, the site Beyond the Bets, has early lines for every single game and Pitt finished out 7-5 based on those.

These are fairly meaningless this early since teams don't even have their starting lineups set yet. And when you throw in injuries, players being ineligible, and things like suspensions, and you've really got to take these with a grain of salt. But still pretty interesting since we're all starving for football at this point.

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