What we're looking at is a rising undercurrent in quality of play and quality of talent. From 1 win to 4 wins (2 against FCS). Recruiting that brought in a 4* in 2014 after landing a freshman All-American (Gillam) in 2013 that no one saw coming. We've also seen a major improvement on the transfer and JUCO sides, with 4* players being brought in each of the last 2 years and a return to finding JUCOs where there are immediate holes to fill (OL, DL, DB & Long Snapper this year / 2015 with WR and LB targets). But we haven't seen a bowl season and recruiting is barely in the Top 50 range nationally. Would 4 or 5 wins (all against FBS competition) in 2014 get you fired up again? Especially if it included being more competitive in the losses? -- Incremental Improvement. Or would you need to see a bigger jump to 6 or 7 wins to get you fired up for CU football again? Especially since this would likely include a headline-making upset along the way? -- Major Splash. On recruiting, would seeing 20-25 guys who clearly belong on an FBS field and have FBS offer lists (but maybe not many headliners) get you excited? This may be a class in the 30s or 40s in the national ranks? -- Incremental Improvement Or would you need to see some headliners in the class that showed recruiting wins over elite programs and a ranking in the 20s for you to become enthusiastic again? -- Major Splash. Would you need to see it in both Results & Recruiting or would either/or work for you this year?