Entering the 2013-14 season it was plausible to doubt Bill Self's point guard depth, Joel Embiid's expedited development into an impact player and his team's offensive production from all five spots.
You could also have doubted the Jayhawks' ability to win without consistent dominating performance from all-world freshman Andrew Wiggins or questioned Perry Ellis' reliability inside the paint against the big boys.
If three games are any indication of what's to come for this year's Jayhawks, you would now be a fool.
Amongst the dozens of positives from two blowouts and an impressive win over No. 4 Duke are five that should give Kansas fans room for extreme optimism.