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Big East Power Rankings Week 10

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Its the same four schools bunched at the top of the poll that have been there from the start. Pitt, Syracuse, Villanova and Connecticut. Beyond those four there has been a bit of a shakeup as Georgetown continues their collapse down the standings and St. John's keeps rising behind the magical hair for Steve Lavin and other things. UC falls a spot from 9 to 10 which isn't unexpected, or undeserved all things considered. In other surprising news DePaul has avoided being last on every ballot for two weeks in a row which has to be some sort of record.

1. Pittsburgh (10) (18-1, 6-0): 160 points  -- Last Week: 2

2. Syracuse (18-1, 5-1): 147 points -- Last Week: 1

3UConn (15-2, 4-2): 139 points -- Last Week: 5 

4. Villanova (16-2, 4-1): 134 points -- Last Week: 3 

5. Louisville (14-3, 3-1): 118 points -- Last Week: 6 

6. St. John's (11-5, 4-2): 98 points -- Last Week: 7

7. Notre Dame (14-4, 3-3): 89 points -- Last Week: 4 

8. Marquette (12-6, 3-2): 88 points -- Last Week: 10 

9. West Virginia (12-4, 3-2): 84 points -- Last Week: 11 

10. Cincinnati (16-2, 3-2): 81 points -- Last Week: 8

11. Georgetown (13-5, 2-4): 72 points -- Last Week: 9

12. Seton Hall (8-10, 2-4): 45 point -- Last Week: 14 

13. Rutgers (10-7, 1-4): 43 points -- Last Week: 12 

14. South Florida (7-12, 1-5): 29 points -- Last Week: 15

15. Providence (11-8, 0-6): 22 points -- Last Week: 13 

16. DePaul (6-11, 0-5): 11 points -- Last Week: 16

As always head on over to the UConn Blog for the full post including all the ballots