A look around the Big East

Take a team-by-team look at the Big East.

Originally Published: November 9, 2004
By Joe Bendel | Special to ESPN.com
Is Walt Harris in trouble at Pittsburgh? Is UConn starstruck by its first year in the Big East? Is it deja vu all over again for Rutgers? Our Big East notebook addresses these questions and more.

Boston College
The Eagles (6-2, 2-1) must get better in a hurry if they hope to compete with WVU (8-1, 4-0) on Saturday (ABC, noon ET) at Mountaineer Field. They struggled in defeating Rutgers, 21-10, last week at Alumni Stadium, where they turned the ball over four times, committed eight penalties and finished 2 of 14 on third-down conversions. "It's hard to tell what we are and who we are right now," said coach Tom O'Brien, whose team overcame a 10-7 second-half deficit to become bowl eligible for the sixth consecutive year. "Either we're the ugliest team that's really good or we're a team still struggling to find out what we are on offense."


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