As one might expect, Twitter became quite the place after the BYU Cougars pulled off a stunning comeback to beat the Tennessee Volunteers on the road Saturday night.
Notable former Cougar athletes, some Utah Ute supporters and many others chimed in following the 29-26 BYU win.
Here are some of the best reactions.
Former BYU athletes
Let’s gooooo!!!!! Brighammmmmmm!!!!— Kyle Van Noy (@KVN_03) September 8, 2019
BRIGHAM!!!— Fred Warner (@fred_warner) September 8, 2019
So proud to be a cougar! Great work boYs.— Reno Mahe (@RenoMahe) September 8, 2019
Big time win!!!!— Nick Emery (@04NickEmery) September 8, 2019
Cougs— Danny Ainge (@danielrainge) September 8, 2019
Utah Utes supporters
BYU!!— God's Gift® (@gvo_3) September 8, 2019
What a finish. Congrats Cougs.— Guy Incognito (@StaircaseWhitt) September 8, 2019
Good for the Cougs— Andrew (@andrew_g_utes) September 8, 2019
Love to see Kalani's fire and intensity after that TD.— Scott Stevens (@247Scott) September 8, 2019
College football is awesome.
BYU fan, other observer reaction
Zach's Dad is all of Cougar Nation tonight! pic.twitter.com/u7OlRkX28n— BYU Cougars (@BYUCougars) September 8, 2019
That is classic @BYUfootball right there. A classic and uncanny come back in SEC country. Love it!— Steve Starks (@StevenStarks) September 8, 2019
Matthew Mcconaughey is the only one who believed in BYU, and that was enough https://t.co/7hUbDAagV7— McKay Coppins (@mckaycoppins) September 8, 2019
BYU JUST SUMO’D AN ENTIRE SEC DEFENSE OVER THE GOALLINE FOR A WIN AT NEYLAND STADIUM— Zach Bloxham (@zblox) September 8, 2019
I did NOT think we were going to win that game. There's nothing better than winning a close game in OT, especially when you've been trailing the whole game. #riseandshout— Cole Duke (@cole_duke) September 8, 2019
BYU in OT is the team I hoped for but didn't believe would happen. Happy to be proved wrong. Would be happier if that team could show up during regulation, but that's for another day. pic.twitter.com/PedusVwtlz— ho'bo o'bo (@hobocita) September 8, 2019
Uh... Should we tell them they can play like that all the time not just OT?— kelsey (@kels_garner) September 8, 2019