The larger issue, in my mind, is that the Athletic Department has done a terrible job honoring the accomplishments, scant as they are, of the basketball program. Where's the NIT Final Four banner from last season, where's the NCAA appearance banner from '03, etc. When they put up the ribbon boards, they circumcised the program's history. The debate then swings to individual honors. While CU doesn't retire numbers, they do honor career accomplishments. Do recent stars like Richard Roby and Cory Higgins deserve to be honored amongst program elite like Ken Charlton and Cliff Meeley? Would another two years from 'Dre put him up there as well? Chauncey was an exception to the 4-year rule, would that exception also apply to Alec if he goes on to star in the NBA? For the record, I'm very pro Cory getting his #11 placed up there, and I'm iffy on Richard. If 'Dre keeps rebounding like this, and doesn't turn pro, I'd expect to see him up there as well. I think the '10-'11 team need to be honored as a team, rather than Alec, specifically.