Connecticut was expected to follow suit to the ACC after Syracuse and Pittsburgh, and while that’s still a possibility, the Big 12 has also opened up as a potential landing spot for the Huskies. Calhoun made it clear he is not sitting still and hoping everything just stays the same. He is being proactive as a result of all the changes around him. “The Big East is special, I am proud to be a member of it. But sometimes what you want is not where you end up being. We are seeing the start of change,” he said. “My obligation to UConn is to be in an advisory capacity and reach out to my friends, particularly in the ACC and Big 12 and see what’s [happening].” http://www.cbssports.com/mcc/blogs/entry/26283066/32819696 Things are definitely getting interesting. I wouldn't be surprised if the ACC and/or Big 12 are now going in for the kill to make sure that the new additions don't have to wait 27 months in the Big East which could give the BE the chance to recover and counter offer. I'd like to see the Big East come out of this stronger if at all possible but I feel a lot better knowing that we may have options other than the ACC starting to open up. Big 12 Football for UConn would be BC and Cuse's worst nightmare. I think it would be great to go to the Big 12 with WVU, Louisville, Rutgers and Cinci if at all possible. Get the Big 12 to 14 after Mizzou leaves. I'd feel bad for USF though, but oh well.