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Top Big East Performances of the Season

This started off as a post with my all-Big East team, but since that is allegedly coming down the pipe soon, I decided to drop it. Many of my picks would end up being the same as the list I feel, especially on defense. Part of that was a run down of the best performances of Big East players during the season. That won’t be on any list, so I’ll put it up for all of the world to enjoy. Also, in case you haven’t heard, Dave Wannsteadt is out at Pittsburgh. I suddenly fear Pitt a whole lot more. 

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Top Passing Performances

  1. Zach Collaros 30-53-463-3 TDs-1 INT v USF (L)
  2. Zach Collaros 23-39-366-4 TDs-1 INT v RU (W)
  3. Geno Smith 23-28-352-1 TD v. RU (W)
  4. Chas Dodd 19-29-335-4 TDs-2 INTs @ UC (L)
  5. Chas Dodd 18-29-322-2 TDs v UConn (W)
  6. Geno Smith 32-45-316 1 TD @ Marshall (W)
  7. Zach Collaros 19-31-310-3 TDs @ NC State (L)
  8. Adam Froman 20-33-308-3 TDs-1 INT @ Arkansas St (W)
  9. Tino Sunseri 21-27-307-3 TDs-1 INT v RU (W)
  10. Adam Froman 22-38-288-1 TD-1 INT @ Oregon St (L)
  11. BJ Daniels 13-16-286-3 TDs @ UC (W)
  12. Tino Sunseri 17-24-281-4 TDs @ Syracuse (W)
  13. Zach Collaros 18-28-275-5 TDs-2 INTs @ Louisville (W)
  14. Geno Smith 19-29-268-4 TDs v Maryland (W)
  15. Ryan Nassib 19-28-260-5 TDs v Maine (W)
  16. Adam Froman 12-16-235-4 TDs v Memphis (W)
  17. Geno Smith 9-12-212-3 TDs @ Pitt (W)

Rutgers showed up 3 times on that list, followed by 2 for Cincinnati. Not really surprising on that front. I really thought Collaros would dominate the list more. It’s a toss up between his, or Smith’s performance against Rutgers for QB play of the year. You can be the judge of that yourself. 

Top Running Performances

  1. Ray Graham 29-277-3 TDs v FIU (W)
  2. Dion Lewis 42-261-4 TDs @ UC (W)
  3. Jordan Todman 37-222 v Pitt (W)
  4. Isaiah Pead 21-213-4 TDs v RU (W)
  5. Bilal Powell 24-209-2 TDs v UC (L)
  6. Bilal Powell 18-204-2 TDs v Memphis (W)
  7. Isaiah Pead 10-197-1 TD v Miami (W)
  8. Isaiah Pead 21-196 v OU (L)
  9. Jordan Todman 26-192-1 TD @ Temple (L)
  10. Jordan Todman 37-190-2 TDs v Vandy (W)
  11. Jordan Todman 31-175-3 TDs v UC (W)
  12. Delone Carter 14-172-4 TDs v Colgate (W)
  13. Jeremy Deering 29-166-1 TD v Syr (L)
  14. Bilal Powell 21-157-1 TD @ Ark. St (W)
  15. Bilal Powell 16-153-1 TD v UK (L)
  16. Jordan Todman 15-151-3 TDs v. Texas South. (W)
  17. Isaiah Pead 21-145 @ UL (W)
  18. Bilal Powell 31-140 v USF (L)
  19. Mo Plancher 21-135 v RU (W)
  20. Noel Devine 27-131 v. Mary. (W)
  21. Jordan Todman 27-130-2 TDs v Syracuse (W)
  22. Dion Lewis 17-130-1 TD v RU (W)
  23. Bilal Powell 23-123-1 TD @ RU (W)
  24. Jordan Todman 24-123-1 TD @ RU (L)
  25. Noel Devine 24-122 v Syr. (L)
  26. Mohamed Sanu 9-121-1 TD v Tulane (L)
  27. Jordan Thomas 16-120-1 TD v UL (L)
  28. Ray Graham 9-115-2 TDs v New Hamp. (W)
  29. Demetris Murray 15-115 v WKU (W)
  30. Jordan Todman 33-113-1 TD v WVU (W)
  31. Noel Devine 23-112-1 TD @ Marsh. (W)
  32. Noel Devine 23-111-1 TD v Coastal Carolina (W)
  33. Joe Martinek 20-109-1 TD v Norfolk St (W)
  34. Delone Carter 19-109 @ UC (W)
  35. Delone Carter 21-107-1 v UL (L)
  36. BJ Daniels 17-107 @ UF (L)
  37. Demetris Murray 13-106 @ UL (W)
  38. Dion Lewis 22-105-1 TD @ USF (W)
  39. Jordan Todman 20-105-1 TD @ Mich. (L)
  40. Delone Carter 26-105 v USF (W)
  41. Bilal Powell 27-105 v UConn (W)
  42. Mo Plancher 24-101 @ Miami (W)
  43. Ray Graham 14-100 v Miami (L)

Add that to the list of things that took much longer than anticipated. Todman takes up a fourth of this list. Wow. 

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Top Receiving Performances

  1. Mark Harrison 10-240-4 TDs @ UC (L)
  2. Armon Binns 8-175-3 TDs @ UL (W)
  3. Marcus Barnett 9-174-1 TD v USF (L)
  4. DJ Woods 7-171-1 TD v OU (L)
  5. Armon Binns 12-158-2 TDs v USF (L)
  6. DJ Woods 6-146-2 TDs @ NC St (L)
  7. Jon Baldwin 5-139-1 TD v RU (W)
  8. Armon Binns 6-139 v RU (W)
  9. DJ Woods 9-137 v USF (L) 
  10. Michael Smith 4-130-1 TD v Buffalo (W)
  11. Tavon Austin 6-121-1 TD v RU (W)
  12. Doug Beaumont 9-121 @ Oregon St (L)
  13. Armon Binns 5-115-2 TDs v Miami (W)
  14. Armon Binns 10-115 @ WVU (L)
  15. Van Chew 7-113-1 TD v Maine (W)
  16. Josh Bellamy 6-112-2 TDs v Memphis (W)
  17. Mark Harrison 5-112-1 TD v UConn (W)
  18. Jon Baldwin 9-111-1 @ ND (L)
  19. Alec Lemon 8-108 v Pitt (L)
  20. Armon Binns 9-107-1 TD @ UConn (L)
  21. Tavon Austin 7-106-2 TDs v Mary. (W)
  22. Evan Landi 6-104 v Stony Brook (W)
  23. Jeremy Deering 3-102-1 TD v UConn (W)
  24. Brad Starks 4-100-3 TDs v UNLV (W)
  25. Jon Baldwin 6-100-1 TD v New Hamp. (W)

There were 15 names on this list before I got to the Bearcats. The Bearcats receiving corp was by far the best the Big East had to offer. UC even helped the top game on the list happen. The Bearcats were very generous in the passing game this season. 

Top Kicking Performances

  1. Dan Hutchins 14 v FIU (W)
  2. Chris Philpott 14 v UConn (W)
  3. Ross Krautman 13 @ WVU (W)
  4. Dave Teggart 13 @ USF (W)
  5. Dave Teggart 13 v Tx. S. (W)
  6. Jake Rogers 12 v USF
  7. Dave Teggart 12 v Pitt (W)
  8. Dan Hutchins 11 v RU (W)
  9. San San Te 11 v Norfolk St (W)
  10. Dave Teggart 11 @ Syr (W)
  11. Jake Rogers 11 v OU (L)
  12. Eric Schwartz 11 v Stony Brook (W)
  13. Tyler Bitancurt  10 pts @ Marshall (W)
  14. Chris Philpott 10 v UK (L)
  15. Maikon Bonani 10 v UConn (L)
  16. Dave Teggart 10 v WVU (W)
  17. Chris Philpott 10 @ Ark. St (W)
  18. Dan Hutchins 10 @ Utah (L)
  19. Dave Teggart 10 @ Temple (L)
  20. Maikon Bonani 10 @ UL (W)

Dave Teggart did a whole lot of kicking this season. Turns out, UConn needed every last one of his kicks. 

I was going to do defensive stats, but the first place I started was West Virginia, and their lay out is terrible for finding such information. Sorry defenses. Hopefully you enjoy looking at the stats and remembering the good, and bad, times this season. 

Scott

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