I would disagree. Villanova beat Syracuse earlier this year, and they're a very dangerous ballclub. Georgetown lost to Syracuse by one goal and they started that game with only seven men on the field [as punishment for players violating team rules] and [Hoyas coach] Kevin Warne took a penalty. So no, absolutely not. Notre Dame beat Villanova [on April 20] after the Wildcats got up 2-0, and they beat Georgetown the week before when Georgetown got up 4-0. I think in this day and age to say that the winner of Notre Dame-Syracuse is going to coast to the Big East championship is ill-advised. The interesting thing is, when you look at Notre Dame and Syracuse, look at who their losses are to. When you're talking about Syracuse, they've lost to Villanova, a sub-.500 team; Hobart, another sub-.500 team; and Albany, which is a terrific ballclub. But I think they're a combined 23-19. Notre Dame lost to Hofstra, they lost to St. John's and Syracuse. So what I'm trying to say is, the big games, they're winning. It's the quote-unquote not big games, the unexpected teams knocking them off. Anything is possible in this lacrosse season, but also in the Big East. On paper, yeah, Notre Dame and Syracuse are the better teams, but the game is not played on paper. This isn't fantasy lacrosse. They actually have to go onto the field and play the game. So by no means do I think the winner of Notre Dame-Syracuse is a lock to win on Saturday in the championship game.