#CUMidnightMadness was a go. Twitter started to light up after a since deleted tweet from star forward Andre Roberson all but confirmed that the event was on. The gun seems to have been jumped, however, as the athletic department has since started looking for more outward signs of support before committing to host a pep rally to mark the start of fall practice. The call went out as follows: We are very close to getting #BuffsMadness but may just need one more push. We have a few ideas for you to help. Pay attention! #GoBuffs — Colorado Buffaloes (@cubuffs) September 11, 2012#BuffsMadness We need more love for MBB and WBB on Facebook. Show us how bad you want it by getting us some more likes. #GoBuffs — Colorado Buffaloes (@cubuffs) September 11, 2012We have only 1.1K combined likes for MBB and WBB on Facebook. Help us get to 2K and that will convince people we can fill Coors in October! — Colorado Buffaloes (@cubuffs) September 11, 2012Well that's pretty damn simple. You mean all we have to do is go here and here, click "like," and BuffNation gets its Midnight Madness? We got this. For the minimum amount of effort possible, we can show the athletic department that we're serious about being a basketball school. Currently, CU football (you know, that one team that stumbles about like a drunken bum every Saturday) has over 30k "likes." 30-thousand! For sure, we can get at least 4% of those likes to also approve of both the men's and women's basketball teams. The players want this, the students want this, and the fan base wants this - it's a no-brainer. Get your ass to Facebook, and bring along your friends, your spouses, your kids, your mere acquaintances... get everyone you can! There's no reason to fall short of the goal now. Originally posted by The Rumblings of a Deranged Buffalo Click here to view the article.