When the music stopped the UConn Huskies were one of the only teams left standing without a chair in the epic game of conference realignment.
The so-called "Catholic Seven" schools will be gone next year, forming a new Big East Conference, and taking many of UConn's natural rivals with them. They will also add Xavier and Butler in the fall and possibly Creighton as well.
Syracuse and Pitt will join the ACC next season, and then Louisville will jump in 2014. Notre Dame has recently been rumored to be joining the new Big East for a season before also joining the ACC.
Joining the "old' Big East, or whatever the league will be known as next season, are Memphis, Temple, Central Florida and Houston. Tulane will come on board in 2014 and barring any future additions or subtractions will complete the new league.
Who will UConn's rivals be in this new conference? It's not easy to predict but let's give it a shot.