I think it's a microcosm of the season with just the unpredictability, and once you think you have everything figured out, a surprise development happens. Carolina is a team that should have beaten [No. 3] Syracuse in the regular season. They had a lead on them late at home on Senior Day and in the very last game played at Fetzer Field, and they coughed it up. This is a very talented North Carolina team. If they had lost yesterday, they would have been out of it completely. So I think they put themselves in a tremendous position to get a home game. Their RPI is in the Top 10, and their strength of schedule is going to be in the Top 3, I would imagine. So I think it just speaks to the crazy nature of 2017 and how evenly matched these teams are and how on any given day things can happen. What I see in North Carolina is more offensive leadership emerging and less reliability on one-on-ones. Of course they're going to have great one-on-one capability. They're the defending national champions, and they've got a bunch of studs on the offensive end. But watching them play this weekend, they shared the ball a lot more, many more goals were assisted, they didn't have guys trying to do it all on their own, and that's what they had last year. It's looks like they're going out and just playing, and instead of one or two people trying to do it all or too much, they spread it out, and once you get everybody involved, that's when you're going to have success. I think you have to be a little concerned with Friday night and the lead they almost coughed up against Syracuse again. But what they accomplished this weekend in winning those two games as a No. 4 seed and playing their way into the NCAA tournament, that can't be overshadowed.