You've got a lot of good teams this year, and every time you like someone, they end up losing. I really liked Harvard after the Duke game. They were great in transition, they played well, their offense looked phenomenal, and then they lost two [at Bryant and Penn State]. I think Syracuse is pretty good. I think they're under the radar even though they are ranked third. I don't think people expected [redshirt senior attackman] Dylan Donahue to be able to carry more than he has in the past. He always relied on [former attackman Kevin] Rice and those guys to feed him, and everybody kind of looked at him as an off-ball player. But he's showing that he can carry, he can create, he can distribute. So he's been a huge X factor for them. Obviously, [junior] Ben Williams facing off has been great for them, and the defense is also playing well, and they're getting solid goalie play. They were ranked in the preseason pretty high, but I think if you spoke to most people, most people weren't expecting your typical Syracuse team. But they look good. The midfielders are dodging well, drawing slides. The kid Jordan Evans is playing better and starting to live up to the No. 22 [worn traditionally by the team's best player] a little bit. I wouldn't say [Denver and Notre Dame] are head-and-shoulders above. They might be a little bit above, and the other guys are close. I think Syracuse is good. I think Hopkins is going to get better as the year goes one. And to be honest, you've got to see what happens in the Ivy League. I can't wait for Yale and Brown to square off and maybe play a little better competition to really see what they've got. Right now, they're kind of steamrolling people, especially Brown. But it's going to be interesting to see when they play each other or when they play a really good team because some of the teams they're playing right now, you kind of expect them to win those games. You don't really know what they have until they play each other or play someone good. I think Denver and Notre Dame are the top two, but those other guys aren't too far behind. And then there's a lot of really good teams. I like [No. 12] Hofstra. I like [No. 9] Towson with the goalie, [redshirt senior Tyler] White. I think he's phenomenal, and when he stands on his head, he can literally change a game and win a game for them. Duke obviously is very talented. Yeah, they've got the three losses, but they're going to be a problem when it's tournament time if they keep playing and get better. There's a lot of guys that can play this year. It's definitely going to be interesting in the tournament.