It's possible, but it's not a done deal. Every game has a line of intrigue. Let's start with Denver-Albany. You've got the two best faceoff men in the nation go head-to-head with each other. Does Albany have enough juice offensively, and can [senior attackman] Connor Fields be a presence on the field against a Denver defense that is playing incredibly well? And on the reverse side, can Denver muster up enough offense and can they get enough possessions going up against a guy like [sophomore faceoff specialist] TD Ierlan. [No. 3 seed] Yale-Loyola, Yale is the favorite there, and I think Yale will win this game. But will they be able to corral [junior attackman] Pat Spencer, and if they do that, are they going to have enough to limit the supporting cast and keep them from beating them and can they eliminate a lot of the bang-bang plays that Virginia wasn't able to prevent? Hopkins-Duke, that's a [Nos.] 4-5 matchup. [No. 4 seed] Duke has owned the Blue Jays in the postseason the last couple of times they have met up. This game is a pick-em if I ever did see one. And then Maryland-Cornell, can the Big Red continue their momentum and what type of game plan will the Terps incorporate against [sophomore attackman] Jeff Teat and will they show up with the energy and urgency needed to advance to another championship weekend? So it's not out of the realm of possibility for the top four seeds to advance to Foxborough, but there are so many other sticking points and so many other potholes along the way that it's not a done deal by any stretch.