Well, UVA is already a champ at swallowing hard, but what I'm getting at is something else. It's about to get a lot harder for these schools (and other similar competition) to come into the state of GA and take top talent away from us. These schools have benefited greatly from successful recruiting forays into the ATL. This year, most of our top competition in the Coastal is pulling a higher ranked recruiting class (exception is Pitt). Large numbers are coming out of the state of GA. Our recruiting is not going to supplant UGA, Alabama, Clemson, Auburn, Florida, and other big schools, excepting the occasional flash of lightning. Long term, what we need to do to be successful is to consistently get the best haul of the rest of the talent, and get back up above the UNC's, VT's, UVA's, and Duke's. Gone are the days of outsmarting (or fooling) them with scheme and smart/solid players. Winning the ACC is going to require across the board talent levels that we haven't seen since the later Gailey/early Johnson years. Some way, some how, we have got to do some winning next year so that we don't undermine the growing brand strength with product issues. A 4-win season could make it hard to sell the vision and keep the hype pumping. If there's a risk for us, I think that is it. Flip side is that a 7+ win season out the gate could really get a big snowball rolling downhill.