What's wrong with UConn?

Our look at the nation's PER leaders reveals some of the issues with the Huskies

Updated: February 24, 2012, 2:50 PM ET
By Matt Giles | ESPN Insider

Ever want a way to compare every player in college basketball? John Hollinger has your answer. With his college player efficiency ratings (PER), we can evaluate the productivity of Division I hoopsters from Arizona to Youngstown State to see who's really helping his team the most.

There haven't been many bright spots for the Connecticut Huskies this season. A fairly unblemished nonconference record led to an ugly 7-8 record in Big East play, and since mid-January, the Huskies have lost seven of their past 10 games.

While ruminating on the differences between the 2011 and 2012 rosters, one wonders: Outside of losing Kemba Walker, what has really changed for UConn? While Doug Gottlieb provided his own assessment Friday, we're taking a closer look at efficiency below.