That was the phrase thrown around multiple times Sunday on college basketball shows and Twitter regarding Oklahoma State's first NCAA Tournament opponent — Oregon.
The 12th-seeded Ducks earned an automatic bid via their win in the Pac-12 tournament championship game, where they beat No. 21 UCLA.
Here is what you need to know about the team and school:
* Opponent: Oregon
* Record: 26-8 overall, 12-6 Pac-12
* Seed: 12
* Conference: Pac-12
* League finish: tie for third
* NCAA berth: Automatic; conference tournament champion
* RPI rank: 46
* Star player – E.J. Singler
The brother of former Duke star Kyle Singler and a first-team All-Pac 12 pick, he's just the 13th player in Oregon history to total more than 1,000 points and 500 rebounds. Singler averages 11.6 points and 4.9 rebounds a game.
* Coach: Dana Altman (Third season at Oregon, 71-36 record)
* NCAA Tournament history: 11 appearances, with the last in 2008. Oregon won the national title in 1939 and is 11-9 overall in the tournament.
* Last NCAA game: Lost, 76-69 to Mississippi in 2008 first round.
* Best NCAA run: 1939 – beat Texas, Oklahoma and Ohio State to win the program's only NCAA championship.
* Location: Eugene
* Enrollment: 24,447
* Best all-time player: Ron Lee (1973-76), Oregon's all-time leading scorer with 2,085 career points, was a four-time Pac-8 selection, the NIT Most Valuable Player in 1975.
* Best non-basketball alum: Phil Knight, co-founder of Nike and noted philanthropist, with Oregon sports his favorite target of giving.
* History: OSU is 0-1 all-time against the Ducks, losing 68-55 in Portland in 1987.