Free...there are certain games that set the standards of negativity that they will never be exorcised...until a more embarassing loss comes along, as it inevitably will. For blown leads with 8 minutes to go in an important game, it is I*wa. For blown leads with 30 seconds to go, it is F**rfield. For blown halftime leads, it is USC. For the "no team is so bad that we can't lose to them", it is Longwood. And, in a category for which I have not yet come up with a label, it was the loss to Temple in the A-10 tournament at the Spectrum in Philadelphia, when Ngongba smartly fouled the 3 point shooter at the buzzer. (I know it was a disputed call, but what was he doing out there anyway?). As for the UNC Wilmington game, yes, I know it was an amazing comeback and that Wilmington played great, and it wa in there home state, but for me, i still see the game as a highly overrated (then) 27-2 team having to struggle against a CAA team before winning in OT. That GW team was probably a text book example of why you should play a competitive schedule and not just look to pad your record. If we indeed had played a tougher schedule, our record may not have been that gaudy, but on the other hand we would have been better prepared to play when the games counted.