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2009 Big East Conference Year Summary

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Record: 64-38, .627 W-L% (1st of 12) (Schedule and Results)

SRS: 5.51 (2nd of 12) ▪ SOS: 1.52 (5th of 12)

Conference Champion: Cincinnati

Ranked in Preseason AP Poll: 0
Ranked in Final AP Poll:(Cincinnati, Pittsburgh and West Virginia)

Standings

Overall Conference Pts/G SRS
School W L Pct W L Pct Own Opp SRS SOS Notes
Cincinnati 12 1 .923 7 0 1.000 38.6 23.1 14.23 1.77
Pittsburgh 10 3 .769 5 2 .714 32.1 19.8 12.75 1.98
West Virginia 9 4 .692 5 2 .714 26.2 21.7 7.48 2.48
Rutgers 9 4 .692 3 4 .429 28.8 17.9 6.34 -2.12
Connecticut 8 5 .615 3 4 .429 31.2 23.6 8.03 2.80
South Florida 8 5 .615 3 4 .429 26.5 19.8 3.64 -0.05
Louisville 4 8 .333 1 6 .143 18.1 26.3 -4.01 2.83
Syracuse 4 8 .333 1 6 .143 21.2 27.9 -4.41 2.51

AP Poll Summary

School Pre 9/8 9/13 9/20 9/27 10/4 10/11 10/18 10/25 11/1 11/8 11/15 11/22 11/29 12/6 Final
Cincinnati   23 17 14 10 8 8 5 5 4 5 5 5 5 4 8
Pittsburgh               20 16 14 8 8 8 14 17 15
West Virginia               22 20         24 18 25
Rutgers                       25        
South Florida           23 21       23          

6 Bowl Games

Date Bowl Winner/Tie Pts Loser/Tie Pts Notes
2010-01-02 International Bowl South Florida 27 Northern Illinois 3 International Bowl (Toronto, Canada)
2010-01-02 PapaJohns.com Bowl Connecticut 20 South Carolina 7 PapaJohns.com Bowl (Birmingham, AL)
2010-01-01 Gator Bowl Florida State 33 West Virginia 21 Gator Bowl (Jacksonville, FL)
2010-01-01 Sugar Bowl Florida 51 Cincinnati 24 Sugar Bowl (New Orleans, LA)
2009-12-26 Meineke Car Care Bowl Pittsburgh 19 North Carolina 17 Meineke Car Care Bowl (Charlotte, NC)
2009-12-19 St. Petersburg Bowl Rutgers 45 Central Florida 24 St. Petersburg Bowl (St. Petersburg, FL)

Conference Leaders

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Pass Completion Percentage

1. Greg Paulus (Syracuse) 67.7
2. Bill Stull* (Pittsburgh) 65.1
3. Jarrett Brown* (West Virginia) 63.2
4. Tony Pike* (Cincinnati) 62.4
5. Adam Froman (Louisville) 60.0
6. B.J. Daniels* (South Florida) 53.7
7. Zach Frazer* (Connecticut) 53.2
8. Tom Savage* (Rutgers) 52.3

Passing Yards Per Attempt

1. B.J. Daniels* (South Florida) 8.7
2. Bill Stull* (Pittsburgh) 8.2
3. Tom Savage* (Rutgers) 7.8
4. Tony Pike* (Cincinnati) 7.5
5. Adam Froman (Louisville) 7.3
6. Jarrett Brown* (West Virginia) 7.2
7. Greg Paulus (Syracuse) 7.1
8. Zach Frazer* (Connecticut) 6.7

Adjusted Passing Yards Per Attempt

1. Bill Stull* (Pittsburgh) 8.4
2. Tony Pike* (Cincinnati) 8.4
3. B.J. Daniels* (South Florida) 8.2
4. Tom Savage* (Rutgers) 7.6
5. Adam Froman (Louisville) 6.8
6. Jarrett Brown* (West Virginia) 6.6
7. Greg Paulus (Syracuse) 5.8
8. Zach Frazer* (Connecticut) 5.8

Passing Efficiency Rating

1. Bill Stull* (Pittsburgh) 150.6
2. Tony Pike* (Cincinnati) 149.8
3. B.J. Daniels* (South Florida) 139.5
4. Greg Paulus (Syracuse) 132.6
5. Jarrett Brown* (West Virginia) 130.2
6. Tom Savage* (Rutgers) 128.7
7. Adam Froman (Louisville) 126.8
8. Zach Frazer* (Connecticut) 116.4

Receiving Yards Per Reception

1. Tim Brown* (Rutgers) 20.9
2. Jon Baldwin* (Pittsburgh) 19.5
  Jonathan Baldwin* (Pittsburgh) 19.5
4. A.J. Love* (South Florida) 18.8
5. Marcus Easley* (Connecticut) 18.6
6. Carlton Mitchell* (South Florida) 17.6
7. Mike Williams (Syracuse) 15.2
8. Armon Binns* (Cincinnati) 14.6
9. Brad Starks* (West Virginia) 14.0
  Bradley Starks* (West Virginia) 14.0

Yards From Scrimmage

1. Dion Lewis* (Pittsburgh) 1988
2. Noel Devine* (West Virginia) 1642
3. Jordan Todman* (Connecticut) 1373
4. Mardy Gilyard* (Cincinnati) 1207
5. Andre Dixon* (Connecticut) 1205
6. Jonathan Baldwin* (Pittsburgh) 1172
  Jon Baldwin* (Pittsburgh) 1172
8. Tim Brown* (Rutgers) 1146
9. Delone Carter (Syracuse) 1138
10. Joe Martinek* (Rutgers) 1107

Field Goal Percentage

1. Jacob Rogers* (Cincinnati) 68.4

Punting Yards Per Punt

1. Jacob Rogers* (Cincinnati) 41.6

Kickoff Return Touchdowns

1. Mardy Gilyard* (Cincinnati) 2