Arkansas got off to a rough start on Saturday against Auburn. But the Razorbacks didn’t give up and setup the most dramatic comeback of the season.

Christian Franklin singled to score Zack Gregory in the 10th inning to cap a 6-5 comeback victory for No. 2 Arkansas over Auburn. The Razorbacks (22-4, 7-2 SEC) trailed 5-0 after 5 1/2 innings, but scored twice in the sixth, twice in the eighth and once in the ninth to force an extra inning. Arkansas won the series with its second consecutive comeback victory, Whole Hog Sports reported.

Gregory doubled down the right field line with one out in the 10th to give the Razorbacks a runner in scoring position. After Auburn elected to intentionally walk Robert Moore, Franklin stepped up and laced a ball down the left field line to easily score Gregory from second.

Coach Dave Van Horn said after the game, “Another great win by the team, very resilient, and we got down 5 runs, they were pretty excited in their dugout, I think they probably felt like they were in pretty good shape.”

He also noted that it’s rare that a team strands 13 runners and hits into 4 double plays and still wins.

Arkansas’ win placed it in a tie for first in the SEC West standings with Ole Miss. The Razorbacks are scheduled to play at Ole Miss next weekend.