When I saw Denver at No. 5, I thought, "Wow, that's pretty high." But when you look at their RPI, they're [No.] 7, and they went ahead of Notre Dame, whom they beat and Notre Dame got [No.] 6. And they went ahead of Virginia, which ended up with No. 8. Denver at 5 at first blush was a little surprising, but other than that, no. I know a lot of people are saying, "Look at Loyola. They've won 15 in a row, they have been No. 1 for six weeks now. How are they not No. 1?" I know they've beaten Duke, but the head-to-head is not the only criteria. There's RPI, strength of schedule, quality wins, and when you look at Duke's body of work, they've got seven really, really nice wins over Notre Dame, Syracuse, Carolina, Denver, Penn, Virginia and Harvard – all teams that made the tournament. I think at the end of the day, that propelled them up to No. 1, and Syracuse is kind of in a similar vein with some quality wins over Duke and Notre Dame. I think at the end of the day, I thought the committee did a pretty good job.