Are you still on cloud nine after watching the Oregon men's golf team winning their first championship in team history? It's cool. So am I. Luckily, the fine folks at the Golf Channel have passed along some videos, allowing us to relive those exhilarating moments. Sudden death playoff, NCAA championship on the line, hometown kid sinking the winning putt. Seriously, Hollywood couldn't have written a better script.
After the win, the Ducks were presented with the championship trophy. This is the 30th NCAA championship in school history, and the first in a sport outside cross country and track & field since 1939 when the Oregon men's basketball team won the inaugural NCAA tournament.
For Sulman Raza, he wasn't just representing his team. He was representing his whole school and the town of Eugene where he came from.
It was a thrilling end to a cinderella run by the Ducks, who became the first school in 71 years to win a team title and individual title since Ohio State did so.