I actually think Cincy is more likely to get an ACC invite than UCONN.
I can't remember what UCONN did, but they pissed the ACC off sometime around 03 when the last round of realignment went down.
Cincy is also a better academic institution.
I can actually see UCONN becoming UMass-like in time unless the ACC decides to throw them a life vest instead of Cincy.
If Cincy doesn't get into the ACC, they'll get a Big XII invite at some point to make WVU happy.
UConn is pretty widely known as one of, if not the top academic public school in the Northeast.
They won the NCAA Championship in 2004, so maybe that's what they did to piss off the ACC
Cincinnati is more consistent in football though, but UConn is on the rise. As for basketball, who knows with Calhoun out. Kevin Ollie looked good last year as the coach, but only time will tell.