The UConn Huskies (15-5, 6-3 Big East) should have few complaints about how their season has gone up to this point.
After losing Jeremy Lamb and Andre Drummond to the NBA, facing NCAA sanctions and replacing a legendary coach with a rookie, many people felt UConn would fall flat on its face this season.
Those people would've been wrong, as the Huskies have built on their strong start by being competitive in the tough Big East conference.
They've beaten the teams they're supposed to beat and have been competitive in the games most felt were out of their reach.
We're just about at the midway point of the Big East schedule, and the time has come to rank the performances, good and bad, for the Huskies this season.