The best social media reactions to Drexel basketball's record-setting NCAA comeback
Drexel set the record for the biggest comeback in NCAA Division I men's basketball history last night when the Dragons rallied from 34 points down to defeat Delaware, 85-83.
Drexel, of course, was pumped about erasing the 67-year-old NCAA record. The reactions from fans on social media were classic:
Tramaine Isabell scored or assisted on more points than the entire Delaware team during Drexel's comeback run. pic.twitter.com/pgjQt1BI2u— ESPN Stats & Info (@ESPNStatsInfo) February 23, 2018
Since the Eagles won the Super Bowl, the Flyers are 8-1 and the Sixers are 6-0. And Drexel just pulled off the greatest comeback in NCAA Div 1 hoops, overcoming a 34-point deficit to win. #PhillySpecial— Jeffrey Goldfarb (@jgfarb) February 23, 2018
#MSU 's 27 point comeback against Jam Sam's (@JamieSamuelsen ) CATS was sick, but how about Drexel...BIGGEST COMEBACK IN NCAA HISTORY last night! Down 34! We've had 2 of the 3 biggest comeback's EVER in less than a week #Insane— Dan Leach (@DanLeach971) February 23, 2018
(If your wondering #2 was Kentucky 31 to LSU 1994) pic.twitter.com/kXNl7COk3e
Wow tonight I witnessed history being made as Drexel overcame a 34 point deficit to defeat Delaware which is the largest comeback ever in Division I Men’s college basketball! #Drexel #CAAHoops pic.twitter.com/jpNkZcavk9— Sean McMenamin (@sean102400) February 23, 2018
The "win probability" chart had #bluehens with a virtual lock most of the game. They surrendered the largest NCAA D1 lead ever Thursday at Drexel and lost, 85-83. Their lead was 34 points in the first half, 56-29 at halftime. https://t.co/gRh8MUaOBL pic.twitter.com/b6OB1OiFg9— William Bretzger (@billbretz) February 23, 2018
Just when you thought a 34-point lead was safe....— ESPN Stats & Info (@ESPNStatsInfo) February 23, 2018
Drexel trailed Delaware 53-19 with 2:30 left in the first half. They won 85-83.
Largest comeback in D-I history. pic.twitter.com/LAEy5wDmvN