The University of Connecticut men's basketball program is at a crossroads.
Less than 20 months ago, the UConn Huskies sat atop the college hoops' world, having just dominated Butler to win the 2011 NCAA National Championship.
But the '11-12 Huskies never got things fully on track, dropping 11 of 16 games in the middle of the season.
While all this was taking place in Storrs, something bigger was happening in the Big East.
One after another, schools were picking up and moving on.
TCU and West Virginia (Big 12). Syracuse, Pitt and Notre Dame (ACC). Rutgers (Big Ten).
The Huskies haven't sat idly by through all of this. They have aggressively, but unsuccessfully pursued entry into the ACC. They have checked into a number of other options, but, as of today, the conference realignment train has departed and UConn is stranded in a decimated Big East.
Let's take a lightning-fast look at the pros and cons of every conference where the Huskies could land.