Big East Football Standings 2012: Rutgers remains alone atop conference

Patrick McDermott

Thanks to a perfect 5-0 record in conference play, Rutgers remains alone at the top of the Big East

With two games remaining, the Rutgers Scarlet Knights remain in control of their own fate in the Big East following another conference win on Saturday, this time on the road against Cincinnati.

Rutgers has lost just one game all year, none in conference play, giving the team comfort as they look to close out the season as Big East champions.

However, the Scarlet Knights' next two games are both against conference opponents, including one against Louisville. The Cardinals and Scarlet Knights will play on Thursday, Nov. 29 and the conference clash very well could decide the conference winner, but the Cardinals can drop their one other game until then.

With all that being said, the USF Bulls can do nothing but look on from the basement of the Big East. The Bulls are 1-4 in conference play with two more conference games on their schedule as they look to close out the season with some momentum.


Big East Conference Standings

(updated 11.18.2012 at 12:39 AM PST)


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