The 2010 college lacrosse season was dominated by the Atlantic Coast Conference all year long.
With perennial powerhouses like Virginia, Duke, Maryland, and North Carolina tearing up the national landscape, it seemed only defending national champ Syracuse would pose any sort of threat to the ACC party that was sure to take place in Baltimore on Memorial Day weekend.
Many a rabid lax bro dreamed of seeing a Big East vs. ACC clash in the Final Four or National Championship, hoping they'd get a chance to see the Orange from the North try and test their luck against one of the swagger-laden teams from the South.
All those potential match-ups will remain just dreams now.
Army pulled off the gargantuan upset over Syracuse on Sunday night, shocking the Orange faithful with a 9-8 double-OT win in the tent of cement.
Now, signs point to an ACC affair in Baltimore. All of the Big Four teams remain alive, and they are hungry as ever for a piece of the National Championship pie.
Of the four ACC teams still dancing, here's how they stack up in order of likelihood to go all the way.