USC probably has more guys that will be playing on Sunday than any other team in the PAC-12. CU was definitely over-matched in the talent category but they came out and were not intimidated. They played hard and they made some good things happen. Clemons had a stellar game. Everyone who knocks Hansen has no idea of what they are talking about - he stood his ground in the pocket and got rid of the ball when the pressure was there. Yes he missed some passes but I saw Barkley miss some also. The Oline had there best game in a long time. The Trojan Oline towered above our Dline and demonstrated that CU has a ways to go in that area. This is the first time I have been excited about the future in a long time. I am not saying the program is turned around and all of a sudden the team is going to be great, but I am saying if they can demonstrate that last night was not a fluke then this program is heading in the right direct - this team is starting to believe in themselves. I know that others must of seen it also because this morning Mark Kizla started his smear campaign against Jon Embree - one thing that Kizla hates above all else is CU football because he knows that one thing he can do that will keep his job is to criticize things. So about a year early he must of gotten scared of what he saw last night and knows that CU could be turning around of he does not want that to happen. Kizla needs your support to keep knocking the CU coaches and keep the program down. You can decide if you want to help him in his mission. I for one will be looking for CU to build on the intangibles that I believe I saw in the USC game.