Gambling sports fans saw the Mountaineers go 9-4 straight up in the 2009 college football sportsgambling season and make a strong run for the Big East title. It looks as if West Virginia is primed for gambling sports success in the years to come as they just completed the college football recruiting season with the top sportsgambling rank in the Big East Conference.
The Mounties class was led by five-star signee Bruce Irvin, a defensive end from Walnut, CA. The Pittsburgh Panthers will be another Big East team to keep a close eye on at internet sportsbooks in the upcoming years.
Pitt was a close second to West Virginia for its recruiting class rank, which was led by five-star defensive end TJ Clemmings from Patterson, New Jersey. New Louisville head coach Charlie Strong got off to a strong start for the 2010 gambling sports season as he had the third ranked recruit class in the Big East.
Strong arrived from Florida where he served as defensive coordinator and was a significant contributor to their gambling sports success. Cincinnati was the Big East champion for the 2009 gambling sports season and made their first ever BCS bowl.
The Bearcats finished fourth in the Big East on signing day as new head coach Butch Jones did a solid job after a late start. Rutgers was a somewhat disappointing fifth in the gambling sports recruit rankings for the Big East while South Florida was a close sixth under new head coach Skip Holtz.
Much like Jones, Holtz had a late start to the gambling sports recruiting season but he recovered well and ended up with a respectable class. Syracuse and Connecticut finished at the bottom of the Big East recruiting rankings for 2010 signing day.
Connecticut’s ranking was a disappointment after their strong finish to the 2009 gambling sports season in which they won their final four games, including a bowl win over South Carolina.