by Paul Sykes
Louisville football fans thinking, that by some miracle, Steve Kragthorpe’s kids could become bowl eligible by sweeping their final three games are served notice that Rutgers is rolling again.
Or was Rutgers’ 31-0 route of South Florida just more evidence that South Florida forgets how to play football once it crosses north of the Mason-Dixon line? Or it is, as UC head coach Brian Kelly insists, the overall parity in the Big East? Whatever the answer is, Rutgers will have plenty of motivation when it arrives in Louisville in two weeks.
Rutgers (7-2) grabbed the visitors by the horns and unceremoniously ground them into sausage. RU will likely be 9-2 when it hosts WVU in its final game on Dec. 5th. In their way? Syracuse and Louisville could probably combine their squads and still not beat Greg Schiano’s woodchoppers.
What’s puzzling about last night is that USF (6-3) entered game ranked No. 23 and has one of the most exciting quarterbacks in the game with B.J. Daniels. They have two future NFL defensive ends in George Selvie and Jean Paul Pierre.