The bus rides home from big wins were epic, a chance to unwind in a more tolerant era. Defender Steve Ciccarone would emcee a talent show for the freshmen. On one ride in 1989 after a win in Chapel Hill, a team comedian praised his mates and coaching staff saying, "Isn't it great being 5-0. Oh, I mean 6-0 with Army next week." The bus went nuts. And on Monday, Zim showed up at practice with his whistle and no lacrosse balls. "You are 5-0," he said. "Maybe you don't respect Army, but I do." We did sprints for 90 minutes before he kicked us off the field. The Blue Jays routed Army 17-4 that Saturday in a game more famous for its brawl.