2012-13: 20-10 (10-8 Big East)
In-conference offense: 1.02 points per possession (7th in Big East)
In-conference defense: 1.01 points allowed per possession (9th in Big East)
At UConn, it finally counts. Barred from the postseason last season due to its low APR, UConn still managed to win 20 games. Now, with all five starters back and much more than pride on the line, the Huskies will have a chance to find out how good they really are. Given the amount of talent the Huskies will line up on the perimeter, that's likely to be better than expected.