Overall the front range is not producing the best teams, with us, Wyoming, Air Force, NM, New Mex State all ranked in triple digits. Only frickin CSU looks to get into double. http://www.usatoday.com/story/sport...review-roster-schedule-football-four/9201195/ Interesting excerpt from recapping last year: 2013 RECAP:In a nutshell: This program has never been so happy to win four games. That the Buffaloes found happiness in a four-win finish illustrates two facts: one, MacIntyre's predecessor might have been the worst hire in major-conference history, and two, CU is smart enough to understand that contention isn't developed overnight. Instead, the Buffaloes flashed signs of promise on the field and off last fall, beating a Pac-12 foe for the fourth time as a member of the conference, showing a degree of explosiveness on offense and trimming some of the fat on defense, even if that side of the ball remains behind the curve. In the bigger view, the program started the process of reversing a putrid mentality, a shocking lack of depth and obscenely ineffective player development – steps that will pay off in spades down the road.