I'd have to say [No. 3 seed] Notre Dame. I look at Notre Dame and I think if you told Notre Dame a month ago that they would have to beat Air Force and [No. 6 seed] Marquette to go to the Final Four, they would take it. Now Marquette has a really tough game against North Carolina, and I think Carolina will be favored. But in terms of seeded teams, Marquette is 6 and Notre Dame is 3, and if they play each other in the quarters, if you're an Irish fan, you've got to like your path. You play Air Force every year in a scrimmage, so you know them. You already beat Marquette in overtime, so I think you've got your team's attention in terms of knowing that it's a good team. As much as I said Marquette might have gone a little higher [than he would have liked], they're still a good lacrosse team. They led the nation in goals-against, and they just play really together. They're a tough team, a super-coached team with Joe Amplo and that staff, but if you're the No. 3 seed in Notre Dame, you have a lot of things set up for you because if you beat Air Force in Round One, you're either playing North Carolina, a team that beat you with seven straight goals and you've got that in terms of getting the kids ready, or you have their attention with Marquette because you only beat them by one in overtime.