No, I don't agree with that. I agree with the first part of that. Loyola had lost the last two season openers by a goal to Virginia, and when you think about the season that Loyola had with six one-goal losses and giving up about 10½ goals per game with some goaltending issues in the beginning of the season, I think this result speaks to the improvement that the defense has made following the graduation of players like [defenseman] Joe Fletcher and [short-stick defensive midfielder] Pat Laconi and [goalkeeper] Jack Runkel. [Sophomore Grant] Limone with 14 saves played really, really well. The offense has always been there for Loyola, and it was on display this past Saturday. But the defensive effort was something that Loyola really struggled with a year ago and it was maybe a primary culprit in them losing six one-goal games and going 7-8. I think you have to take note of that improvement on the defensive end. Virginia, on the flipside, let's keep in mind that in 2013, they didn't make the NCAA tournament. In 2014 and 2015, they were bounced in the first round. I know they were decimated by injuries last year and gave up 11 goals per game. … But they got smoked at home by Loyola, and that comes on the heels of two lopsided scrimmages. I know scores aren't kept in scrimmages, but from all reports, Maryland and UMBC hammered Virginia in those two scrimmages. So if you take the last couple of seasons and the scrimmages and you thrown in the 11-4 result, I think you've really got to be concerned if you're the University of Virginia. Now, they're going to have opportunities to play their way out of it. Everybody does. With Loyola being in the Patriot League and Virginia being in the ACC, you might look at that and say, 'OK, that was a bigger win for Loyola than it would have been for Virginia,' and maybe that's the case. But it's not like Loyola beat them by a goal or two. Loyola beat them badly at home. So I think it's a significant loss for Virginia in terms of the work they need to do to get back to where they want to be, and that's competing for a spot on Championship Weekend.