|Teddy Bridgewater and Louisville must prove they can deliver with big expectations in 2012. (US Presswire)|
The "home run" hire of former CBS executive vice president Mike Aresco as the next Big East commissioner has changed the tone regarding the league's future. Mark Ennis, of SB Nation's Big East Coast Bias and co-host of "The Two Man Game" on ESPN Radio in Louisville, joins me on the podcast to discuss Aresco's hire and preview the season ahead in the Big East.
We cover all of the major story lines heading into the 2012 season as we run down the predicted order of finish and discuss the players you know, players you don't know (but should), the greatest strengths, and the biggest questions for each team. We agree Louisville and Rutgers are at the top of the pack, but could South Florida , Cincinnati, or Pittsburgh give them a run for the title?
Tune in to hear us discuss what's expected of transfer quarterback Chandler Whitmer at Connecticut, if Syracuse can overcome a questionable offensive line, and what are realistic expectations for Temple's first season back in the Big East. Stick around to hear Mark run down the biggest non-conference games on the schedule, which are some of the most important to win for the reputation of the conference.
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