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Big East: Spring Lookaround

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Bad news if you wanted the Big East to land the Music City Bowl.

Ramsey also acknowledged that the bowl would enter into negotiations before the summer ends with officials from the Southeastern and Atlantic Coast conferences in an effort to extend the tie-ins with both through 2013.

Cincinnati not only loses most of their defense, but are switching to a 3-4 scheme.

Change is in the air at UConn, where the Huskies are beginning to implement their new spread offense. They'll need to replace departed tailback Donald Brown.

"Embattled" puts it lightly when considering the future of Louisville coach Steve Kragthorpe.

Pitt's biggest concern is, of course, finding a replacement for LeSean McCoy. They recently lost receiver T.J. Porter to a DUI. Wanny says Bill Stull is still the guy at QB.

USF finally found their new defensive coordinator.

Doug Marrone spent a lot of time on Syracuse's new depth chart. They're looking for a QB, and Marrone is Schianoing up the defense to add more speed.

Storyline #1 in Morgantown is replacing Pat White. Bill Stewart is sure to be twittering about it. (BTW, don't really understand the appeal of that at all, but then again I don't have a blackberry.)

Be sure to check out the latest Big East blogger roundtable for more NCAA Tournament talk.