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College Football Scores, Big East, Week 11

Pittsburgh 17, South Florida 10 - The Panthers stay ahead of the pack with a win on the road against the South Florida Bulls.  Running back Dion Lewis led the way for the Panthers rushing for 105 yard, 22 of which came on the game-deciding touchdown at the start of the fourth quarter.  Terrence Mitchell had tied the game for the Bulls with a 45-yard touchdown run earlier in the second half.

West Virginia 17, Louisville 10 - West Virginia picked up a much needed road win to keep the Mountaineers still mathmatically alive in the chase for the conference crown.  The game was a defensive grudgematch, with Louisville's only touchdown coming off of a Geno Smith sack and fumble.  Noel Devine paced the sluggish Mountaineer offense with 119 total yards and a 2-yard touchdown run.

Connecticut  23, Syracuse 6 - The UConn Huskies kept their title hopes alive dispatching the Syracuse Orange in the Carrier Dome.  UConn running back Jordan Todman was the deciding factor in the Huskies controling the tempo of the game.  Todman scored twice while racking up 130 yards on 27 carries. This marks the last conference game for Orange who are now eliminated from winning the Big East's BCS birth.

Cincinnati 69, Rutgers 38  - The Bearcats bounced back from a road loss last weekend at West Virginia to manhandle the Rutgers Scarlet Knights.  Cincinnati quarterback Zach Collaros returned to the field in a big way torching the Scarlet Knight defense to the tune of 4 passing touchdowns and another one on the ground.  Running back Isiah Pead went for 193 yards on the ground and tallied four rushing touchdowns and one receiving touchdown.

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