To be honest with you, neither. Syracuse is a team that plays extremely balanced lacrosse, and outside of [senior midfielder] JoJo Marasco, they really don't have a superstar on offense that can change a game. They have some really good complementary players. [Redshirt sophomore midfielder] Henry Schoonmaker has had some big games. [Junior attackman] Derek Maltz is good inside. I like their attack in terms of the way they move the ball, but if Syracuse isn't clicking on all cylinders and struggles a bit defensively, anyone on their schedule can beat them. When they're clicking, they can beat anyone. So they're a team that I think has very little margin for error, and I say that because they're not strong at the faceoff X. They've struggled there all season long. And when they're not moving the ball and their offense isn't clicking, it can be contained. When they click on all cylinders, that ball moves so fast, and they're a hard matchup. But I think they really need to play a full-team game against anyone on their schedule. I think the defense struggled in that Hobart game. [Junior attackman] Alex Love had six goals and caused fits for the Syracuse defense, and it was a unit that didn't play their best lacrosse. But that loss didn't really surprise me because if you look at the rest of Syracuse's schedule, they haven't been blowing out anyone. They struggled against Rutgers, and they struggled against Georgetown on Saturday. Those were one-goal wins. It's interesting to follow the Orange because you get that sense that when it's time for the NCAA tournament, they can beat anyone. But they could also potentially lose in the first round, and it really wouldn't shock me. But it wouldn't shock me if they went to the Final Four either because I think they're going to be in every game. Going to Denver, look at their schedule. They beat Air Force by one, and they beat Bellarmine by one. Fairfield is better than either of those teams on any given Saturday, and for that matter, it shouldn't be a huge shock. Denver just ran out of the ability for the ball to bounce their way at the end of the game.