First and foremost, it's "couldn't care less." Second, while your point has some merit, you overstate the case. Sure kids want to win, and our recent success and publicity have undoubtedly helped with recruiting. But the suggestion that the quality of the facilities doesn't matter to them is provably wrong. Perhaps the facilities are not high on the list of issues for every recruit, but it is most assuredly a substantial factor for many. Consider how kids look at colleges these days. Sure, they want a great education, but they also want quality living space, dining facilities, areas off campus to have fun, etc.