Drexel Set D1 Record With EPIC 34-Point Comeback vs. Delaware (VIDEO)

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If a team is losing 53-19 near the end of the first half, it’s hard to imagine they have a puncher’s chance at coming back. But that’s exactly what Drexel did last night against Delaware. And in their amazing comeback, Drexel set a D1 record in the process.

This tweet from ESPN lays out just how the team managed to do it.

Said Tramaine Isabell, who led the charge with 29 points, 12 rebounds, and 9 assists, “I just felt like, I don’t know. I didn’t believe it. That’s something amazing to be part of. I can’t imagine having a team down 34 and making us believe we could come back.”

Well, it happened, and while Drexel might not be looking at a championship run this season, they’ve firmly planted themselves in the record books at Delaware’s expense. The previous record for the largest comeback in a game was 32 points way back in 1950, when Duke made a run at Tulane to win 74-72.

Here are the highlights from last night’s comeback, via ESPN:

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