Villanova is a really interesting team. I feel like they run a non-traditional offense because in this day and age, midfielders are attacking short sticks and breaking down the defense from up top. Villanova breaks down a defense with an extraordinary amount of off-ball movement, and that makes it very difficult to defend. I watched the entire Villanova-Syracuse game [which the Wildcats won, 11-10, March 25] and I was very impressed with the motion offense of the Wildcats. When you watch them play, they almost resemble a half-court basketball offense where everyone's moving around and no one is standing still. And the way they set up their dodges allows the ball carrier more space because of all of that movement. And I think they're a really difficult team to defend. Now if any team mentally is going to be able to prepare for that type of offense, it's Notre Dame. They've played incredible defense over the last five years, and they play the best defense in the country. They'll certainly break down a ton of film and be prepared for Villanova. But I think Villanova is a team that can upset Notre Dame if Notre Dame doesn't shoot well. Notre Dame has an offense where if they hit around 30 percent or 35 percent of their shots, they're very efficient and tough to deal with because they play such a great defense. But they're not consistent in terms of their shooting. They can have games where they shoot 15, 18 percent, and it really prevents that offense from really getting into a flow. I saw them play against Denver this year, and they shot the ball extremely well and they put up big numbers [10-9 in triple overtime March 18]. I saw them shoot the ball really well against St. John's, and they put up huge numbers [13-6 April 1]. They didn't shoot the ball well against Penn State, they didn't shoot the ball well against Drexel, and those were one-goal games. They lost to Penn State [4-3 in overtime Feb. 26] and they beat Drexel [6-5 March 3] and Hofstra [6-5 in overtime March 10] as well. So when they don't shoot the ball well, they're going to be in a dogfight, and they're going to be in a one-goal game as they have been four or five times this season. I think it's critical that in addition to defending the Wildcats and their non-traditional offense, shooting efficiency is paramount for Notre Dame.