Philip Montgomery appeared on ESPN’s “SportsCenter” on Friday morning to examine his College of Tulsa team’s six routine disruptions.
“It’s been a nuts year,” Montgomery mentioned. “Every 7 days you occur to perform and you are preparing and your staff is receiving prepared and then all of a sudden you get a phone and you have bought to transform gears.”
That occurred again Thursday early morning, when the Hurricane’s Saturday video game at Navy was postponed mainly because of the COVID-19 condition at the Naval Academy. TU, which has gained a few online games in a row, is -5 versus Navy in American Athletic Convention video games.
Two other game titles had been postponed or canceled the week of the video game, and the Hurricane also experienced two nonconference online games canceled right before the time started and another was postponed.
“The initial time it transpired they were truly dissatisfied,” Montgomery stated. “Now it is variety of turn out to be the norm. When they see that textual content go out early in the morning and we are saying we have a Zoom connect with … they know some thing is likely on and they’ve gotten utilised to it.
“For us we have type of seemed at it as let’s just aim on the factors that we can command. There’s a lot of matters out of our handle correct now, but (we are) concentrating on the items we can (control) and continuing to attempt to get greater.