Pac-12: Colorado: 24-14, 17-8 Arizona: 30-8, 19-8 (Arizona only had 16 wins in '09/'10, but this will be 20+ wins in 22/23 seasons) Washington: 24-11, 18-8 (This will be Washington's 4th straight year of 20+ wins) Oregon: 21-18, 18-8 (A little cheap considering Oregon got 5 wins in the CBI last season) UCLA: 23-11, 15-11 (It's a stretch for UCLA to get to 20+ wins this year, but could happen with the Pac12 tournament + NIT) BigXII: Kansas: 35-3, 21-5 (This is KU's 23rd consecutive season of 20+ wins) Missouri: 23-11, 24-2 (4th straight 20+ win season for Mizzou) Kansas State: 23-11, 17-8 (This would be KSU's 6th straight 20+ win season) Texas: 28-8, 17-9 (This would be the 13th straight season of 20+ wins for the Longhorns) So, as you can see, even just back to back years of 20+ wins would put CU in pretty elite company (yes, I'm fully aware we haven't reached the milestone...yet). Arizona is obviously the most impressive in the Pac-12. That 22/23 mark is simply remarkable, and even UCLA doesn't come remotely close to matching that. Washington is putting a nice streak together as well. UCLA is going to struggle to reach the 20 win plateau this year unless they get hot in the Pac-12 tournament and/or the NIT. In closing, if CU reaches 20+ wins this year, they will find themselves joining the upper-echelon of Arizona and Washington. Here's hoping we get above and beyond the 20 win mark this year, and put together a run of these seasons - like Arizona has - for years to come!