I suggest a second level of participation in expressing our frustration. Social media. This is quite easy really (I've been doing it for a little while). Are you friends with any CU institutions on Facebook? Well, whenever they post something, you add a comment addressing CU football, whether it is relevant or not. You see a tweet from CU or a journalist regarding CU? Then you add your comments about football. You see an article on the Denver Post - or any other website for that matter? You add your comment. You send Klatt, and Big Al and all the radio station hosts texts and emails everyday. This may not have any immediate impact - but what it does it helps shape the conversation going forth. It helps show that success in football matters to people. Now, I know that many of you are beyond caring - others of you will think this is silly and completely pointless. Still, it is something small and easy that you can do that will help raise the noise level. Maybe eventually it will break-through the Boulder Bubble.