Tony Romo grew up in Burlington, Wisc., but those ties to America's Dairyland were not enough for him to go against his love of Duke basketball Monday night, as the Cowboys quarterback was seen celebrating with other Blue Devils fans at Lucas Oil Stadium.

By Extra Mustard
April 07, 2015

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Tony Romo grew up in Burlington, Wisc., but those ties to America's Dairyland were not enough for him to go against his love of Duke basketball Monday night, as the Cowboys quarterback was seen celebrating with other Blue Devils fans at Lucas Oil Stadium.

Romo has attended multiple Duke games at Cameron Indoor Stadium over the last few years, often in the company of Dallas head coach Jason Garrett.

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Romo was one of many NFL stars in attendance for the tournament's final game, with Packers quarterback Aaron Rodgers and Texans defensive end and former Badger J.J. Watt cheering on Wisconsin from the stands.

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