When Oregon offensive lineman Carson York was given the prognosis of his second major knee injury in nine months, he wasn’t distraught. The former Lake City standout, who learned he’d miss the remainder of his senior season due to a broken knee cap he suffered in Ducks’ 52-25 win over Fresno State Saturday, had a more pragmatic approach to the helpless situation. “Initially, (I was) pretty upset, but when you think about it, I’m a pretty lucky individual,” the Coeur d’Alene product told reporters. “What I experienced and got to have is a whole lot more than I ever thought I’d get.” York, who injured his right petallar tendon in last season’s Rose Bowl game, injured the same knee. The injuries were unrelated in what York dubbed a “freak thing”. It took eight months to recover from the last injury. He’s scheduled for surgery today/Ryan Collingwood, VarsityCDA. More here. (Oregon Ducks photo of Carson York)
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