A few programs have alter g treadmills or underwater treadmills. I'm not sure on the exhaustive list, but it certainly isn't even the entire top ten-at least in current rankings. A couple of football schools like Nebraska might have underwater treadmills, but those are mostly for the football teams.
Certainly a few of the schools in the top ten/twenty have academic tutors. But UO also benefits from fairly low academic standards. Not that this is unique to the top ten, but certainly a benefit.
However, I doubt ANY program has the total facilities/support to completely match Oregon. The conditioning/strength program is one of-if not the-best in the NCAA. There is a brand new student athlete center. There is a beautiful track only facility. Ect. It may not be much compared to the spending on football facilities but I don't believe any cross country program can fully compare.
Now, the specific part about Portland is true. Portland does not have specific tutoring, they don't have an on campus track, they certainly don't have anything in the way of strength and conditioning, they don't have alter g treadmills or underwater treadmills. They have facilities that are inferior to a good number of high schools (mine included).
For such a school to beat Oregon is impressive. Oregon has a massive recruiting advantage and every conceivable advantage money can buy (which is many though of course there are limits). However, at least for today that doesn't seem to be enough for the Ducks.