Oklahoma Sooners football players have taken to Twitter to thank fans for their support in the wake of the team’s loss to the Carolina Panthers.
According to a report in the Oklahoma Daily News, Oklahoman players have posted a photo of the message on their Instagram accounts.
The message reads: “So glad to hear that @KirbyJohnson is here to support the @OKC_FB team as they battle the @Panthers!
Kirbyson Johnson (@kirbyjohnson4) December 19, 2017A photo of @KiraJohnson1 with the message: “SO glad to see @kirbonyns3 here to help the @Oklahoma_FB #FB Team as they fight the @Camels.
#PantsNation”A photo from @kirajohnson1 with a message: “@kirbsonn is here with us.
Thank you for your love and support!
#OKCFB #PANTherNation”An Oklahoma Sooner fan wearing a #TeamOklahoma hat posted the photo on Instagram, captioned with the words: “I cant believe my eyes!
#finally, the team has @kirkjohnson3 back and we are gonna win!
Oklahoma Sooners coach Andy Ludwig tweeted about the post on Wednesday, saying: “It is with great sadness that I share with you that the #OklahomaBirds lost to #PANTHERS tonight in the National Football Conference Championship game.
#TeamKirkJohnson3 is a special part of our team, but we also have a special #TeamCameron Johnson.#TeamOkCFB”Oklahoma’s #TeamOKC hat has become a trending topic on Twitter.
Oklahoma fans have also expressed their disappointment at the loss to Carolina.
“Pantries @OK_CBills #Bears fans are #TeamPantheus and #TeamCamels,” tweeted one Twitter user.
“I cant even believe the Panthers lost to the Eagles, this was one of the most heartbreaking games Ive ever been to,” wrote another.