It has taken 13 games but CSU finally got to sing their song.
A last gasp penalty goal from Andrew Dutton was just enough for Reddies to bring up their first win of the season at Beres Ellwood Oval on Saturday.
Coming against arch rivals Ag College made the 13-12 victory even sweeter.
Little has separated the two university teams this season, but CSU coach Paul Hood was thrilled to come away with the result.
"We have worked hard for that and it was something we needed to get out of the season," Hood said.
"It was a big reward.
"We needed to get a least one win for the season and if we had come away with nothing for the season it would have been a little bit disappointing."
Neither team were able to dominate the clash for long periods of time.
However Hood thought Fetongi Tuinauvai's injection really helped the side lift.
"I thought we played the best but couldn't get any scoreboard pressure on them," he said.
After a tight first half, Hamish McMahon edged CSU ahead.
However a long range effort from Lochlan Ramm put Aggies back in front.
It then came down to some tense final minutes.
However after coming on late in the clash, Dutton stepped up to the mark to slot the penalty goal attempt in what was the last play of the game.
CSU have one last game up against Waratahs next week however the loss ends Ag College's season.
Their only two wins were against Reddies.