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Big East Linkage: Four Spring Football Games Scheduled Saturday

Teddy Bridgewater leads the Louisville Cardinals into their spring game this Saturday at Papa John's Cardinal Stadium (Andy Lyons/Getty Images).
Teddy Bridgewater leads the Louisville Cardinals into their spring game this Saturday at Papa John's Cardinal Stadium (Andy Lyons/Getty Images).
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Spring football is the topic du jour, with half of the conference teams playing their spring games this Saturday, April 14: the Cincinnati Bearcats, Louisville Cardinals, Pittsburgh Panthers and the newcomer Temple Owls.

It's a great opportunity to quell some of those offseason football jitters -- for free! Here's the data:

Cincinnati - Bearcat Bowl VI

Louisville - Wendy's Wonderful Kids Red-White Spring Game

Pittsburgh - Blue & Gold scrimmage

Temple - Cherry & White scrimmage

In other Big East news ...

According to SBN's Voodoo Five blog, South Florida Bulls head coach Skip Holtz is among the rumored names to take the helm of the Arkansas Razorbacks in the wake of Petrino-Gate.

The good folks at SBN's Syracuse blog, Troy Nunes is an Absolute Magician, have a look at Orange spring football and the 2012 season. Like similar reports coming out of Louisville, 'Cuse seems to be keeping the wraps on spring football practices.

A Syracuse fan's bracket success wins him a chance to write about his beloved hoops team for New York Magazine.

The Houston Cougars unveiled a new logos this week. The Connecticut Huskies have some logo logic of their own.

The Memphis Tigers are biding their time until they can promote themselves as members of the Big East.

Have you cast your vote for the first Big East player expected to be drafted into the NFL later this month?

Stay tuned to Big East Coast Bias for news and commentary – without apology – on Big East Conference basketball and football.