Yeah, I think so. I think it's going to answer a lot of questions, too. Which Duke is this? Is this the team that we've seen in the last few days that had huge offensive outputs against Loyola and Georgetown or are they the team that lost against [No. 15] Harvard and Richmond? And for Syracuse, this is an ACC game on the road. This is a team that lost five of their six top scorers. I like what they're doing offensively. I think Kevin Donahue, their offensive coordinator, is a great teacher of offense and gets the most out of them, and they move the ball really well. I think for Syracuse, [senior goalkeeper] Warren Hill hasn't really been tested on the road outside of Virginia, and he stepped up late in that game. And then [junior] Ben Williams needs to win these bigger second-half faceoffs. As good as he is – and statistically, he's been dominant – teams have gotten to him late in games. You saw it last year, and we saw it on Saturday. The guys from Hopkins did really well against him in the second half. So I think for me, Syracuse needs to continue to get some midfield scoring. [Redshirt junior] Sergio Salcido, [junior Nick] Mariano, [redshirt sophomore] Matt Lane, those guys need to put up the offense and give [redshirt senior attackman] Dylan Donahue and [senior attackman Tim] Barber some space. Those two are outstanding lacrosse players, and as long as the midfield steps up, that offense is going to put up points. The question for me is, who guards [Duke senior midfielder] Myles Jones? Do you bump [redshirt senior defenseman] Brandon Mullins up there? Down low, I would think you feel pretty comfortable with Nick Mellen. He's about as good a freshman defenseman in the country. Duke's offense off-ball has always given teams trouble, and I think Myles is a true quarterback from the midfield.