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Big East Football standings 2012: Pittsburgh tied for 6th

Pittsburgh lost to Connecticut on Friday, giving the Huskies their first conference win and moving the Panthers into a tie for the Big East cellar.

Jared Wickerham

The Pittsburgh Panthers dropped to 1-4 in Big East play with their loss to Connecticut on Friday. The Panthers are now tied for the worst conference record in the Big East.

Connecticut's win was its first in conference play, bringing the Huskies' Big East record to 1-4 and tying them with Pittsburgh and South Florida. The loss was a big blow to the Panthers bowl hopes, as now Pittsburgh must win both of its final two games to become bowl eligible. The Panthers are the only team in the Big East to have a positive point differential, but not have a winning record in conference play.

There was also some shakeup atop the Big East standings this week as Louisville fell from the top spot after the Cardinals lost to Syracuse on Saturday. The loss was Louisville's first of the season and dropped them behind Rutgers, who remain undefeated in conference play.

Here is a closer look at the complete Big East standings.


Big East Conference Standings

(updated 11.11.2012 at 2:26 AM EST)

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