CU-Boulder. No. 12 San Diego State. No. 21 New Mexico.
All potential NCAA Tournament teams. All lost to CSU at Moby Arena.
CSUâ€™s players and coaches say the energy of a big crowd has been a key element in the Ramsâ€™ winning 13-straight games at home.
And with a victory tonight against No. 17 UNLV (tip at 8 p.m.), the Rams will be undefeated at home in conference play for the first time since 1960-61, when CSU went 8-0 in the Mountain States Conference.
But more important than the undefeated home record is the fact that another win against a top-25 team would be a big boost to CSUâ€™s hopes for an at-large NCAA Tournament berth.
And that is something to cheer about.
CSU last made the Tournament in 2002-03 when the Rams got hot and won the Mountain West Tournament to gain an automatic berth.
The last time CSU earned an at-large berth was in 1989-90.
According to ESPN analyst Joe Lunardi, CSU is firmly on the â€œbubbleâ€ and still needs a boost to its resume.
And tonight is that chance. There is a reason CSU has won all of its conference games at home, while losing all of them on the road: Moby Madness.
The Rams play with the swagger of a Tournament team at home and when Moby is filled, it can rattle the nerves of the opponent.
So get to Moby, get loud and help CSU make the NCAA Tournament.