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Posted Oct 18, 2009 by Joey Johnston
Updated Oct 18, 2009 at 08:00 PM
The University of South Florida Bulls (5-1), following their 34-17 home loss against Cincinnati on Thursday, have dropped out of the top 25 rankings in the Associated Press and USA Today polls.
The Bulls are in 28th place in AP and 27th in USA Today. (USF was 21st heading into the Cincinnati game).
But this Saturday afternoon, they will be playing against a top 25 team when traveling to 6-1 Pittsburgh (No. 20 in AP, No. 19 in USA Today).
Overall, the Big East has three top 25 teams. Cincinnati (6-0) moved up three spots in the AP poll to No. 5 and improved to No. 6 in USA Today. At this point, the Bearcats must be considered legitimate threats to play for a national championship.
West Virginia (5-1), which faces USF at Raymond James Stadium on Friday, Oct. 30, is 22nd in both polls.