Has Covid been better for any school? Football, basketball and now the ncaa tourney. Lucky bastard.
It's not luck when you have Phil Knight in your corner.....
Let the rumors begin!!!! 😝
Actually, was it "luck" that allowed Oregon to win a game vs the undefeated Trojans, thus winning the p12 conference? USC should have absolutely crushed this Oregon football team that could not beat Cal or Oregon State....
And actually COVID kept almost our entire veteran secondary from playing in 2020, along with our STAR OT.... Not sure that can be called "good" luck...it definitely helped us to lose more games than we otherwise would have.
Was it "good" luck that Oregon lost our starting PG to a broken finger to start the season? What about losing our starting center N'Faly Dante for the year about 3 games into the season? What about losing players all season long to COVID protocols?
Not playing a basketball game for 10 days is not necessarily "good" luck either. Iowa had a cakewalk vs GCU on Saturday. Would have been better for Oregon to play vs a team we were favored and get comfortable with the tourney and the arena rather than be "gifted" a win (remember, Altman has never lost an opening game in the tourney while at Oregon)....just my opinion.
So "luck" is truly a relative term, my friend. 😐🍀