Big East Basketball Standings 2012: UConn Huskies In The Thick Of Things

After narrowly upsetting No. 2 Syracuse on Saturday night, the UConn Huskies suffered yet another disappointing loss in one of the toughest basketball conferences in the NCAA. Not to worry, the defending NCAA champions still have a shot to get into big dance with a big week ahead.

The Huskies will likely have to win out in order to receive serious consideration for a tournament bid. They have Providence and Pittsburgh left, so such a request is doable for this bunch. With Jim Calhoun still on the mend, the Huskies are still hanging on in the Big East standings, which can be seen after the jump.

2012 Big East Basketball Standings-- As Of Feb. 26, 2012

  1. Syracuse Orange (29-1, 16-1 Big East)
  2. Marquette Golden Eagles (24-5, 13-3 Big East)
  3. Notre Dame Fighting Irish (20-9, 12-4 Big East)
  4. Georgetown Hoyas (21-6, 11-5 Big East)
  5. South Florida Bulls (18-11, 11-5 Big East)
  6. Louisville Cardinals (22-7, 10-6 Big East)
  7. Cincinnati Bearcats (20-9, 10-6 Big East)
  8. Seton Hall Pirates (19-10, 8-9 Big East)
  9. Connecticut Huskies (17-11, 7-9 Big East)
  10. West Virginia Mountaineers (17-11, 7-9 Big East)
  11. St. John's Red Storm (13-16, 5-11 Big East)
  12. Rutgers Scarlet Knights (13-16, 5-11 Big East)
  13. Pittsburgh Panthers (15-14, 4-12 Big East)
  14. Villanova Wildcats (11-17, 4-12 Big East)
  15. Providence Friars (14-15, 3-13 Big East)
  16. DePaul Blue Demons (11-17, 2-14 Big East)

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