Which men's college basketball teams lose the most minutes to players who transfer out?

Eighty-four percent of the minutes logged by the 2020-21 Minnesota Golden Gophers came from players who transferred out for the next season, including Both Gach (11), Gabe Kalscheur (22) and Marcus Carr (5). Harrison Barden-USA TODAY Sports

Welcome to the final installment in our series on college basketball's new era of frequent transfers.

First we considered the most significant modern-era transfers into and out of more than 80 of the nation's leading men's programs across the SEC, Pac-12, Big 12, AAC, Big East, Big Ten and ACC.

Then we quantified the impacts of granting an additional year of eligibility and of the NCAA's adoption of a one-time transfer rule for revenue sports. We found that last season transfers accounted for 40% of the minutes played at major-conference programs.

Today, we bring this discussion to a close with a look at out-transfers -- or players who transfer out. Is the trend toward more major-conference minutes for incoming transfers matched by a correspondingly high rate of departures? Which programs are losing and/or burning through the most talent?