CINCINNATI (AP) -- George Winn ran for a pair of touchdowns, including a 58-yarder on Cincinnati's first play of the game, and the Bearcats took advantage of more Pittsburgh mistakes for a 34-10 victory Thursday night, opening a Big East season that is a prelude to change.
It was the start of the Big East's final season before a major overhaul. West Virginia has already left for the Big 12, and Pitt and Syracuse will head to the ACC after the season. Next year, the conference expands to the South and West.
Cincinnati (1-0) won four of the last five games in the Ohio River rivalry, the latest with a reconstituted offense featuring seven new starters.
Quarterback Munchie Legaux, who went 2-1 as an injury fill-in last season, showed off his all-around skills. He completed 14 of 28 passes for 205 yards, including a pair of short throws that running back Ralph David Abernathy IV turned into touchdowns. Legaux also ran six times for a game-high 117 yards.
Pitt (0-2) had anothe...