There's something about UConn going on the road in conference play that instills fear in the hearts of Huskies.
Whether it's a narrow win at East Carolina, an overtime clash at USF (going back to the Big East days) or the annual loss at Houston, there is nothing easy about the Huskies going on the road in American Athletic Conference play.
At 9-3 after a win at Texas, UConn opens conference play on the road Saturday night at Tulane. Last season, the Green Wave had the lead at the half and were up two with 5:45 to play.
UConn lost six of its nine conference road games last year. Most expect that to change this season, but how optimistic are UConn fans about each individual game?
We want to find out.
Here's how this works. Below is UConn's conference road schedule, originating in chronological order. If you are confident UConn will win a particular game, give it a thumbs up. If you're sure it's going to be another disaster, give it a thumbs down. The order will change as votes come in, so you can see how other readers feel.
We're going to be doing lists like this a lot now that we discovered Ranker. We'll do stuff with players, coaches, teams, etc. Any suggestions, share them with us.