I have two reservations – as you would with any kind of realignment. The first would be that I believe that teams – whatever the sport – when they change conference, they ultimately play themselves to the level of that conference. It's kind of like a marriage. After 20 years of marriage, how often do the husband and wife look the same? That being said, you're joining a league with teams like Michigan. We're not sure how they're going to look like in 10 or 15 years although all signs are positive. You're joining a league with Rutgers. Rutgers hasn't had any kind of success, has never been to championship weekend, and has had one quarterfinal appearance. I worry about putting yourself in a league with other teams who aren't championship caliber and ultimately as a program, you become just like them. The second concern is the Big Ten. If Minnesota or Michigan State were to add men's lacrosse, Johns Hopkins would be forced to add them to their schedule, bumping traditional rivals from their slate and [being] forced to jettison Syracuse, Princeton, North Carolina, Towson, Loyola, or UMBC. And that's out of their control. So in a way, we all want the sport of lacrosse to grow across this country, but the move would backfire if Indiana, Minnesota or Michigan State were to add Division I men's lacrosse at the varsity level. Johns Hopkins would be forced to play them, and that would signal the end of some longtime rivalries.