http://www.buffzone.com/ci_14517306 "The biggest thing he brings is energy," Hansen said. "He`s always talking. He`s always talking trash. He`s always in your face. He always wants to win. "We have competitions after our runs and he`s always in there. He always wants to win, and he pretty much always does win. And he talks after. He taunts the guy he beats. He just brings this energy level that we`ve missed the past couple years. Hebrings a sort of swagger that we`ve needed." The coaching staff`s "off the mountain tops and out of the valley" philosophy translated to a perfect flat line at times in 2009. It must be avoided this year. "I want to develop a type of aura and swagger, understanding that we`ve got to win," Clemons said. "There is no more ifs. There were a lot of ifs, like, if we win this game, if we do that. It`s when we do that. ... I want the younger guys to understand that we have to create an identity, not find one, and put Colorado back on the map." Clemons said he has watched the great Colorado teams of the past on film and he noticed several common denominators. "They knew who they were and they knew what they were playing for and they went out there and did it," he said. "As a team, we`ve got to find that and I think we made a lot of progress with that in the workouts. It`s a different atmosphere. Guys are more excited. They`re more confident in their abilities and they trust themselves and the staff and their teammates a lot more than they did in the summertime." **************** I think I have a man crush on Toney now. That article made my morning.