There are three results that jumped out at me. No. 1 is [No. 10] Rutgers losing to Delaware [13-9] on the road. They were No. 1 for the first time ever, and they went to Delaware, and it's not like Rutgers played poorly. The goalie for Delaware was great in the first half, and he made saves. Rutgers will play the same way whether they're down by four goals or up by one, and that is pedal to the metal and full throttle. So the Rutgers loss to Delaware was surprising. The other game that jumped out was Bucknell beating Loyola [Maryland]. This is the third one-goal loss for the Greyhounds, and I think aside from [No. 7] Army, you're thinking, 'OK, Loyola is going to challenge for the Patriot League championship.' You get to league play, and you expect them to put it into high drive. So I think that really puts a lot of pressure on Loyola. And the other one that jumped out to me is the game that I called on Friday with Yale versus Princeton. It's the first time I've had the opportunity to watch the both of them live. Yale is obviously off to the disappointing start with a young team and some injuries that they're dealing with, and Princeton is one of the most improved teams – if not the most improved team – from a year ago with a high-octane offense and a great freshman in [attackman] Michael Sowers. To watch Yale not only beat Princeton at home, but also respond a couple of times because Princeton is not a team that just goes away, that stood out to me.