Making a Statement: How the Big East Can Earn Some Respect in Week Three

Posted by Dan Kelley on September-17-2009 Add Comments

It’s well known that the Big East is generally perceived to be the weakest of the BCS conferences in college football. And unfortunately, in FBS football, perception often outweighs reality.

Winning is the only way to change things for the Big East; even though it hasn’t seemed to work up until this point.

Despite the league’s representative winning in three of the conference's last four BCS games and a solid 13-9 record in bowl games since 2005, people want to take away the Big East’s bid to play in the very BCS games they’ve been dominating.


Despite the nation’s unchanging perception, however, it is extremely important for the Big East to continue winning. This w...

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