Connecticut running back Jordan Todman has been named the Big East's offensive player of the year, while the leader of the Fiesta Bowl-bound Huskies is sharing coach-of-the-year honors.
Florida State is on the rise. Florida _ in the words of Urban Meyer _ is rebuilding. Miami is starting over.
Cincinnati running back Isaiah Pead can understand why the two-time defending Big East champions weren't picked for a three-peat.
Louisville is going back to basics, and the Cardinals are doing it without their top receiver.
Coaches change. Players change. Venues change.
Louisville athletic director Tom Jurich heard the rumblings four years ago when he led the push to expand Cardinal Stadium.
Charlie Strong isn't the kind of guy who leaves things to chance.
The noise from construction workers putting the finishing touches on the expansion project at Cardinals Stadium filters through the midsummer haze, a constant series of clangs and crashes that is a perfect metaphor for a Louisville football program trying to rebuild.
The Big East has three new coaches facing three drastically different challenges.