Since we've been here, and I'm not saying I underestimated the CAA, but it's really become a strong conference – if you look at the postseason – in a short amount of time. I could probably write a book on what we've been through here. Going from where they were in Division II, to lower Division I, now moving it up to mid-major Division I. But it really is a high-mid-major league that's producing NBA players and sending teams to the Final Four and beating Big East teams in the first round of the NCAA tournament. It's three rebuilding rounds. You get to the Division I level and get us over the low level. And then you need to get the legitimate mid-to-high major players. What's happening in college basketball is that it's become four divisions. There's still a low-major, still a mid-major, but now there's a high-mid-major. That's why you see Butler and George Mason get to the Final Four and see Old Dominion beat Notre Dame. If you put the shirts on the other side, you really don't know who's who. Towson is really now playing at a high-mid-major level, which was really exciting when I got here. But all of a sudden we're a mid-major playing at the high-mid-major level, and our record reflects that. This third building step is where we have to be now. This group has to be able to win in the upper half of the conference. I think we finished seventh or eighth one year with Gary Neal, but getting up close to 18, 19 wins, that will really complete the building process. We've had to build this thing from scratch. Our hope is to get there, and if we do well and have a great [CAA] tournament, the following year we would be preseason ranked in the top two or three in the conference.