Out of the Top 4 teams, I would have to go back and forth between Syracuse playing Yale and Ohio State playing Loyola. I mentioned earlier the eye test. Loyola is a different team now. They've figured it out defensively compared to when they struggled earlier in the season. They have [sophomore] Pat Spencer, who is for all intents and purposes the perfect attackman. You draw up a kid like this when you want an attackman. He checks off every single box. He's a matchup nightmare. That offense is really good, and they're starting to figure things out defensively. They went to the Final Four last year. So this is a program that knows how to win. [Coach] Charley Toomey and his staff have won a national championship. This is a really tough matchup for Ohio State, a team that should be rewarded with an easier game in the first round. The other high seed that has a tough matchup is Syracuse. Syracuse has struggled in some of those early tournament games. Look at the loss to Bryant in 2014 and the loss to Army in 2010. So for me, a team like Syracuse that has an 8-2 record in one-goal games, Yale is a tough team to prepare for. [Junior attackman] Ben Reeves is one of the top players in the nation. He can do everything and is a lot like Pat Spencer in that there are no flaws in his game. He's going to be a tough matchup. [Freshman attackman] Matt Gaudet, who plays the inside now for them as a crease guy, kind of reminds me of one of the old Syracuse guys in Stephen Keogh. I think with their inside-outside presence, they put a lot of pressure on you with Reeves behind the cage, Gaudet in the middle and [senior] midfielder Eric Scott stretching the defense from the outside. They're a tough matchup for any defense, and I expect that to be a really close game in the [Carrier] Dome on Sunday night.