Social media reacts to Oklahoma Sooners epic 7th inning comeback win over Oklahoma State

Down 2-0 in the seventh, just when you were counting them out, the Oklahoma Sooners did like they always seem to do; rallied in the seventh inning to beat a rival.

Just like they did on April 1 against the Texas Longhorns, the Oklahoma Sooners overcame a two-run deficit in the seventh to beat another rival. Against Texas, it was Jayda Coleman and Kinzie Hansen coming through in the clutch. On Saturday afternoon in Stillwater, it was Alynah Torres bringing the Sooners within one and Tiare Jennings providing the go-ahead runs on a double to left-center to make it 3-2.

Cydney Sanders provided the insurance run to make it 4-2, and Kierston Deal picked up where she left off in the sixth and worked a 1-2-3 seventh to seal the victory for the Oklahoma Sooners.

Oklahoma moves to 48-1 on the season and remains perfect in Big 12 play at 17-0. They extended their winning streak to 40 games, surpassing their 39-game winning streak from the 2022 season.

With the come-from-behind win, the Oklahoma Sooners clinch the Bedlam series against Oklahoma State. The late-inning effort had Twitter buzzing and here are some of the best reactions from social media.

They went Beast Mode

Her Royal Clutchness

The Queen Admiring Tiare

Don't Do It

Sooner Magic!

Never a doubt

Tiare Jennings is Superhuman

Built Different

Egregious Coaching Decision, but thank you

Tiare Jennings Pulled off 'Largest Army' for the win

Takes your breath away

She's Her


Tiare with the Thanos Snap

Can't Stop, Won't Stop

Something Special

True Freshman Came Through Big time

Oklahoma State fans are not having a good time

She's like that too

Gasso's Crew Battled



No quit, only fight

Michael Turk looking on

They don't stop

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