Conference realignment reeked havoc on the once dominant basketball powerhouse that is the Big East Conference.
Team after team decided to split—Syracuse, Pitt, Notre Dame and Louisville—others joined and quit before getting there, and the Catholic seven led by Georgetown and St. John's decided to take their ball and start their own conference.
That leaves UConn as by far the biggest program remaining committed, at least for now, to the remnants of the Big East.
But even their loyalty is up for debate, as they have vocally campaigned for inclusion in the ACC in the recent past and could presumably do so again in the future.
Regardless of how this ultimately plays out, there is no doubt that there are many questions surrounding the Huskies and what impact the realignment whirlwind will have on the program.
Here, we will explore five of them.