Ok we were awarded the early schedule winners. Everyone is talking about how good we will be next year. And with coaching chamges at Pitt, Rugters, and the possible departure of WvU. Louisville looks like a solid piece and a easy lock to lock up the big east.
But could our schedule hurt us? Thats the first question. Second question is if WvU leaces the conference that leaves an opening on the schedule do we schedule a higher level competition game for that slot.
Think about it the great games with the U (Miami). That game every year for the time that the liar boy was here guaranteed us a shot at a national spot light and if we just so happened to pull off a victory would give us the caliber win we would have needed for national respect. So lets fast forward to next season. Lets say that our defense witht the fresh bodies and elite talent added, that they put out an even better effort than last year. Lets say the OL plays great or atleast acceptable all year long and with the returning cast we have on both sides of the ball we run throught the non conference and go unbeaten in conference get a couple of close wins against Pitt who always seems to beat us and scrape past and crafty Cincy team. So now people are looking at us saying ok Louisville is undefeated but do they really dserve to play for a title? Lets be real South Florida ever year seems to come with a lot of hype and never delivers. Pitt has been is flux forever Rugters is going threw a coaching change. WVU might not be in the conference so if they leave, there is a good chance that the other teams out side of US and Cincy could take a dramatic step backwards.
If that happens then there is a chance we get snubbed on a chance to play for a title despite a perfect record.So that leaves the question should west virginia leave should we put a higher level of competition on the schedule?