Big East football standings 2012: South Florida sits last in conference

Kim Klement-US PRESSWIRE - Presswire

Take a look at the Big East standings. South Florida is at the bottom.

There are still a few undefeated teams in the Big East, including No. 18 Louisville and No. 20 Rutgers at 5-0 this season. Rutgers leads the way in the conference standings, with two of their victories coming in league action, while the Cardinals have yet to play a conference game.

The Scarlet Knights have already defeated South Florida earlier in the season and Connecticut on Saturday. Next week, Rutgers will face Syracuse. Louisville had the week off, but plays its first Big East game of the season against Pittsburgh on Saturday.

Take a look at the complete conference standings here:

Rutgers (20) 2-0, 5-0
Cincinnati 1-0, 4-0
Temple 1-0, 2-2
Syracuse 1-0, 2-3
Louisville (18) 0-0, 5-0
Connecticut 0-1, 3-3
Pittsburgh 0-2, 2-3
South Florida 0-2, 2-4

Notice South Florida at the bottom, off to a disappointing start to 2012. The conference losses have come against league-leading Rutgers on Sept. 13 and Temple on Saturday. The Bulls have this week off before facing Louisville the following week.

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