I would say Syracuse. When I watched Syracuse play Virginia, I was like, 'If Syracuse wins faceoffs, there's not a team that can stop them.' They just have too many offensive weapons. But the last couple games, they got off to a slow start against St. John's and again against Johns Hopkins. That's something that the best teams shouldn't do. You need to build on your confidence. For them, with the skill and experience they have compared to the teams they're playing, you're supposed to jump on teams early, not let them get a lead, let them get into the game, and then try to overcome those goals. Syracuse is probably the best team in the country right now, but if they want to make a run and continue to build as a team, they can't get off to these slow starts.