A Keller teacher staged an epic comeback this week on the game show "Jeopardy."
The show tweeted about what happened during the Teachers Tournament airing this week, when David Clemmons went from being in last place and "in the red" to eventually winning and becoming a finalist. He's won $27,600 so far.
"I'm so excited. I was worried when I was so far behind, but I decided I was just gonna go for it. Maybe this time it'll be my categories," he said.
The Keller Independent School District tweeted about Clemmons' big comeback, which has everyone on social media talking.
"All. The. Feels. We are rooting for you Mr. Clemmons!" the district wrote.
All. The. Feels. We are rooting for you Mr. Clemmons! https://t.co/EZffSI0wvd— Keller Schools (@KellerISD) May 16, 2017
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