SEVEN wins in a row and counting - the last time CSU enjoyed that sort of success on a rugby field it was 2004, Matt Boylan-Smith was in his debut season, Ron Burgundy introduced us to jazz flute and Maroon 5 was popular.
CSU was playing in Central West Rugby's top flight that season and while losing to Bulldogs in round one, then strung together 18 consecutive wins on the way to premiership glory.
Since then plenty has changed - including the formation of the second tier New Holland Cup CSU now competes in - but there is one thing from that 2004 season which is the same in 2019.
Dave Conyers is at the helm.
"I was the coach that year, James Kelly and I coached first grade that year and that is the last time we won a first grade premiership, 15 years ago," Conyers said.
"I didn't realise the last time we'd done it [strung together seven wins] was in 2004, that's amazing. It's a bit of a fairy tale coming back and doing that."
While Conyers had not expected CSU to produce the sort of run they have enjoyed this year - eclipsing their strong start to 2012 when winning six on the trot - he did know he had talent to work with.
"I had a month with the guys last year when I was home leading up to the semis and they got match fit then. I could see some potential there, but I wouldn't have said they could beat Narromine," he said.
"This year is just an extension of that I guess and trying to build some depth at the club. It's a bit hard to believe really considering we started the season with a lot of inexperienced guys, they've stepped up a bit to come through the ranks. That's been a big factor.
"The boys are playing with a bit of confidence now and they know they can beat the big teams, that makes a big difference to their attitude, how they train, the whole show - it makes it much, much better."
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This Saturday the mission for CSU continues at University Oval when they host the Dubbo Rhinos.
Whereas the students have gone undefeated, the Rhinos have struggled and are yet to post a win.
Still, Conyers is quick to point out the Rhinos pressured his men at University Oval earlier this season and must be respected.
"We played them obviously in the first round down here as well. We were leading 21-0 and they came back at us, we ended up winning 28-24," he said. "We lost our way in that game for sure. That was the only home game we've had this year when I felt we didn't play that well.
"They've been struggling big time since then, they've had a couple of big victories against them, but they played a bit better last weekend against Blayney up there.
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"But we can't afford to lapse back into how we played against them last time either, we've got a bit of a habit of doing that. Last Saturday was sort of the first time we set ourselves apart in the competition by beating a good side convincingly."
CSU will be without rampaging centre Regan Hughes, who will line up for the Woodbridge Cup representative league side, but Conyers has plenty of form students to help cover the gap.
Kick-off at University Oval is 3.15pm, with the CSU club as a whole chasing its third clean sweep in as many weeks.