After Saturday's game in Knoxville, Oklahoma Sooners coach Bob Stoops said it was his favorite win since coming to Oklahoma before the 1999 season.

After the Sooners rallied from a 17-0 deficit, winning 31-24 in two overtimes, Stoops was jubilant in the post-game lockerroom.

Perhaps, Stoops was just a prisoner of the moment, considering OU looked like it was going to lose and then responded with a pair of fourth quarter touchdowns before winning in overtime.

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However, Stoops has won a national championship, seven Big 12 championships as well as a Rose Bowl, Sugar Bowl, Fiesta Bowl and Orange Bowl.

Monday, Stoops said he was reconsidering Saturday's win at Neyland Stadium as his favorite, "but it's right up there."

"To have so many things not go your way, it was so frustrating for so much of the game," Stoops said Monday at his weekly press conference. "It was really special to go to that environment, you could tell the fans had been waiting for it for a year. To win in that fashion was special."


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