I think Loyola because they play more of a difficult schedule than Towson gets in the [Colonial Athletic Association]. Obviously, they'll have [No. 12] Hofstra at the end of the year, which is always a big rivalry game. But if you're Loyola, you're going to have to play some really good teams, and that schedule doesn't get any easier. Army is always going to give all they've got, Navy is always going to play you hard, and then there's Colgate and Bucknell. There's good teams. [No. 16] Boston University is playing really well for a program that's only been around for a few years. Their schedule doesn't get much easier. If you're Towson, I think the CAA overall is tough, and those guys always seem to play really close games when they play each other. Honestly, I think Loyola is just as talented – if not more talented than – as Towson, but when you look at the schedule, I think they have a tougher task moving forward than Towson does.