This has been a season where you kind of have to expect the unexpected. I thought we had parity in the sport three or four years ago, but it doesn't compare at all to the current state of the game with regards to the level playing field. We have a new No. 1 in some of the polls in Notre Dame, and they went up to Rutgers [Sunday] and squeaked out a one-goal game against a team that only has two wins. Maryland, we all thought, was a cut above the rest because of the competition, but a very talented North Carolina team traveled to College Park and beat the No. 1 team in the nation and previously undefeated team, which is kind of a surprise in terms of the way the season has gone for Carolina but not from a talent standpoint. I think you saw that when all three of those attackmen are clicking on all cylinders, they're borderline unguardable. Those guys have great games from one or two of them, but all three of them played at an elite level against the Terps and just changed the dynamic of that game. Johns Hopkins was extremely impressive after a loss up at the Carrier Dome against Syracuse last week. You had a team that looked a little bit exposed and confused on defense, and they countered with an incredible defensive effort from a communication and attentiveness standpoint against Virginia. They rebounded and showed that they're a team that has the resolve and will be formidable down the stretch based on their talent and their leadership and their coaching. Overall, I thought it was a great weekend in lacrosse, and it was exciting to see some of the results. I don't remember a season with this level of parity and the scores being so close week in and week out.