More fun with Big East over/unders

Earlier, I gave the over/under for win totals for each Big East team. But why stop there? Here are some more fun totals to consider:

  • Dion Lewis: over/under 1,700 yards rushing and 15 rushing touchdowns

The Pitt back had 1,799 yards and 17 scores as a freshman but has a less experienced offensive line and a surging backfield mate in Ray Graham. My pick: Under.

Devine rushed for a career-best 1,465 yards in 2009, but West Virginia may ride its horse even more in '10. My pick: Over.

The UConn tailback had 1,188 last year while splitting carries with Andre Dixon. Will he be featured more this season? My pick: Over

It was a tumultuous spring and summer for the Syracuse tailback. Can he top the 1,000-yard mark a second straight year? My pick: Under

  • Jon Baldwin: over/under 1,200 receiving yards

The Pitt star had 1,111 last season as a sophomore but has a new quarterback this year. My pick: Over

The last Big East quarterback to go over 3,500 total yards was Matt Grothe in 2008. Brian Brohm has the league record with 3,978. Can Cincinnati's dual threat challenge those marks? My pick: Under

  • Armon Binns: over/under 1,000 yards receiving and 13 touchdowns

The Cincinnati senior had 888 yards and 11 scores last year as the No. 2 target behind Mardy Gilyard. Those numbers should rise. My pick: Under

  • Greg Romeus: over/under 10 sacks

Romeus was the co-defensive player of the year in '09, but the Pitt defensive end had just eight sacks. My pick: Push

  • Lawrence Wilson: over/under 120 tackles

The UConn linebacker had a whopping 140 stops last year, but now Scott Lutrus is back and will compete for those tackles as well. My pick: Under

Daniels ran for 772 last year, but the new South Florida offense is designed to take pressure off him. My pick: Over

The Rutgers quarterback had 2,211 yards last season as a true freshman. The league leader last year was Bill Stull with 2,633. My pick: Over

  • Dominique Brown: over/under one start at quarterback

How soon, if at all, will Louisville turn to its electric freshman under center? My pick: Over

What say you?