Exactly to this and all of the above. The NCAA tournament is and has always been a crapshoot. Nothing the entire season can prepare you for playing a single elimination tournament on three consecutive weekends at foreign venues across the country, staying in hotels the better part of the week, doing homework in your hotel room, being away from your regular film rooms, training facilities, etc., and playing against entirely unfamiliar opponents. That is what makes a run like ours in 2006 and 2007 so special and so darn rare. It takes skill, depth, maturity, good draws, and a ton of luck along the way. In 2006, we were fortunate not only to see Brewer's crazy shot go in and get the continuation call against Georgetown (and them miss a wide open jumper for the win after Brewer slipped), but also that we got to face tremendously undersized opponents in Nova and George Mason in key games. In 2007, we would have struggled mightily against that same Georgetown team that lost to Ohio State in the opposite semi or against the Kansas team that beat us earlier in the year and lost to UCLA after barfing the ball all over the court, but we never faced them. The same thing could be said about some of our runs in recent years. That's why my expectations are always a little more specific, or at least things I can reasonably predict should happen. At this stage, we should win at least a partial league title, if not an outright league title. It would make three in four years, after having a total of two outright league titles in program history prior to it. That to me is a very attainable goal and failing to do that would be something of a disappointment. I would also like to see us advance to the finals of the SECs, if only because a top-two seed would make that much easier, and I would like to see us "beat our seed" in the NCAAs (#1 get to the Final Four, #2 get to the regional final, #3/#4 get to the second weekend, etc.). Those are a little harder to control, though, but I do think they are very realistic goals. Anything else is a bonus for me.