Social Media reacts to Caleb Williams first start in OU’s 52-31 win over TCU

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The internet was abuzz 30 minutes before kickoff as reports were coming in during warm-ups that Spencer Rattler and Caleb Williams were both getting time with the first-team offense in different team sessions. As Lincoln Riley attempted to maintain some semblance of a competitive advantage, no one really had a handle on which quarterback would start for the Oklahoma Sooners against the TCU Horned Frogs.

When it was finally announced just before kickoff, it seemed like a new energy hit social media as the excitement about Caleb Williams grew to a fever pitch. What he and the Oklahoma Sooners offense would do over the next few hours would do little to quell the excitement over the Oklahoma Sooners new QB1.

As we do after each win, let’s take a look at some of the best social media reactions to the Oklahoma Sooners 52-31 win over the TCU Horned Frogs.

The Day Started Out Right thanks to Coach Stoops

Caleb Williams gets the Pop

All Jeremiah Hall does is Catch Touchdowns

Perfection

Michael Woods got in on the Act

Former Sooner Approves of this performance

A Heisman Favorite?

Caleb Williams does it All

Heisman Push Coming from All Directions

The Spawn of Heisman Greatness?

More Lofty Comparisons

That Undefeated Feeling

Oklahoma Making Moves

Already ahead of the Curve?

The Future is now, but the Future is Excited

The Boz Likes What he Sees

Jadon Haselwood had himself a night

Kennedy Brooks is a Machine

Thanos and Kennedy Brooks

One of the greats with a Great Moment

17-14 was the Closest the Game Got. Coincidence?

Caleb Williams doing some things against Texas Teams

If there was a question, Caleb Williams provided the answer

I mean?

Caleb Williams played all the right notes in the win

Didn't go as planned for DaShaun White, but having fun with it

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