We had St. John's, Drexel, Princeton, Penn, Hopkins and Bucknell up on the board in that next group, and you start to look at all of the indices there for our disposal. You look at a team like Bucknell where their strength of schedule is 11, and that's really good, but their average RPI win is 33. That's OK, but their average RPI loss is high at 21. With them being at an RPI of 11, they did have a significant win, but no top five wins. They had a bad loss. There's every few teams that we actually identified with bad losses, but 40 and below – the bottom third of the membership – that's a bad loss. Granted, it's already factored into the RPI. We get that, but it's part of the selection criteria. Going back to where they were as far as their top 10 strength of schedule, it was poor in terms of top 10 average. It was the poorest of the ones that were being looked at. They started to fall away in a majority of the categories. They had good pieces with a good RPI and a good strength of schedule, but a lot of other criteria, they really started to fall away. We tried. We put them up against the group collectively of Maryland, Duke, Penn State, Cornell and Loyola. We tried to get them in that way, we tried to get them in one-by-one. We just couldn't stack up all the indices to get them in.