NO team has been able to stop a runaway Narromine Gorillas squad this New Holland Agriculture Cup season... Except for CSU.
But can the students do it again on the day which matters most?
It's the burning question CSU are determined to rubber stamp with an emphatic 'yes' in Saturday's grand final clash at Cale Oval.
CSU's round four win at home over the defending champion Gorillas might be several months in the past but it's still fresh in the minds of the students.
Their spirited defensive effort in the 33-29 victory on Old Boys Day gives the squad confidence they can overcome the Gorillas a second time this year.
The fighting spirit must come along for the bus ride to Narromine if CSU want to end their top-grade title drought at the 15-year mark.
It was left behind at Bathurst in CSU's heavy 57-10 major semi-final loss at fortnight ago.
Cale Oval has been unfriendly for any team not named Gorillas this year and CSU are no exception.
Anyone would swear there was a curse placed upon the ground which inflicts visiting clubs given the way the Gorillas find another gear at home, akin to the aura the All Blacks gain at Eden Park.
Coach David Conyers, who was the assistant coach in the university's last top-grade title in 2004, said the side have the capability to muscle up and spoil the party for the Gorillas.
"It's certainly a fortress for them out there but we've put together our best tight five we've had on the park all season," he said.
"Having the share of the ball is all we want. It's purely a mental thing up there. We've really got to overcome that.
"I said at practice to the boys that we've had times through the year where four or five guys have had a good games, five guys have had an average game and three guys have poor games. If everybody has their best game on the day then we can beat these guys.
"We got a sample of the winning sensation on Old Boys Day. The euphoria of that day was pretty impressive. It would be a significant day for rugby at the university if we were to win this one. I think they've only won three premierships in 40 years so it doesn't come around very often."
CSU enter the match with the ideal preliminary final win - a hard fought victory where all players pulled through unscathed.
The 32-29 win over Mudgee was the second time in as many matches against the Wombats where CSU were pushed to their limit.
CSU will try their best to bring the welcome atmosphere of University Oval to Narromine.
"We've got a supporters bus coming up and the girls will be there to cheer us on after their game in Orange," Conyers said.
"Quite a few of the old boys have contacted the club and, being the first grand final in 15 years, they're all looking to head up to Narromine as well."
- CSU: 1 Sammy Unga, 2 Sean Pianca, 3 Marcus Burrell, 4 Jonah Ruzgas, 5 Lachlan Buckton, 6 Jonah David, 7 Aidan Keneally, 8 Sam Chamberlain, 9 Charlie Mansfield, 10 Nick Plunkett, 11 Harry Hunt, 12 Jack Keppel, 13 Regan Hughes, 14 Glen Pollard, 15 Mathew Brouff, 16 Anthony Nougher, 17 Andrew Dowe, 18 Luke McHugh, 19 Kameron Norris, 20 Oscar Nicholson, 21 Harry McGriplis, 22 Lachlan Fitler, 23 Paul Mongta-Cruse, 24 Jack McGriplis, 25 Xander Bennett