Nope. That schedule and the alphas in the hops I used calculate out at 41.5 on hopville.
This is a quote from this link/article as already posted. http://www.mrmalty.com/late_hopping.php
Lots of Late Hops = Lots of Flavor and Aroma
It seems really simple when you think about it: Add more late hops and get more flavor and aroma. Most of us, when we started brewing, were told that early hop additions are for bittering only and late hop additions are for flavor and aroma only. What we were not told is that shifting the bittering load to late in the boil can still provide substantial bittering in addition to a huge hop flavor and aroma. Done right, it can produce some really spectacular results
On Deck: Cream Ale and Blue Moon clone for MIL
Primary: Hopped Up Brown
Bottled: Litehaus Wheat, Orange APA, Rauchbier, Willy's Cream Stout
Kegged: Tank 7 Clone renamed "Le Ferme" (dryhopped cascade, sorachi), Caramel Amber Ale, Trout Bum APA, 3 Dogs APA
Gallons Brewed Since June: 53.5
I seriously cannot imagine a day or life without beer!