That is beyond unrealistic. As champs99and04 pointed out, that's 8 home-and-homes in the same year, year after year.
Between the teams we currently have agreements with and the teams we've been rumored to have discussions with, it's clear what Uconn's scheduling philosophy is now: Call up every single team in the country worth playing and try to get them on the schedule. If we've called Arizona, Duke, Ohio State, and Florida, there's no reason to think that we haven't also called Kentucky, Kansas, Michigan State, UNC, and whoever else you can think of. Sometimes it happens right away, sometimes it happens years down the road (e.g. Arizona) and many times it just doesn't happen at all because there are so many logistical challenges to work out to make these games a reality.
So the bottom line is that if talking to every single top team in the country results in 3-4 very good home-and-homes and maybe 1 neutral court game in any given year, how exactly are you supposed to get 8 very good home-and-homes in a single year? It's 100% impossible unless you significantly lower the quality of opponent.