Which is why I think that if CU basketball is smart (and lord knows that Tad Boyle has proven his intelligence repeatedly so far), they rip off the McCartney method and have a red letter game. A game where we point to that team and say "they're successful. They're what we want to be. I want to **** them up." And there's the perfect team for CU to do that with... 1 national championship, 4 final fours, 12 PAC-10 championships, 6 first team All-Americans and a 25 year streak of making the NCAA Tournament -- only 2 years short of UNC's record streak of 27. They have history, and they have a future. The #1 recruiting class in the nation for 2012 as of right now, with only Kentucky having a legit chance to pass them. A coach in Sean Miller who is absolutely killing it. A fanbase that craves basketball, and demands nothing but the best. And I ****ing hate them for it. They have what I want. Much like when Mac pointed to Nebraska and said "we'll top them", people are going to laugh. I witnessed this at a family function two weeks ago when my cousin's idiot husband actually asked me "Does Colorado even have a basketball team?" But we've already seen it start. Things are building, and now it's time to take the next step. For people nationally to take the Buffs seriously, we're going to have to make a bit of noise. And that noise can start Thursday when the Buffs go in to McKale Center and beat the Wildcats on national TV. The Arizona press was nice to us when we beat them a few weeks ago, but they don't view us as a real threat yet. It's time to change that. I want Thursday to be a red letter day. And I want to beat the ****ing Wildcats.