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With the Green Bay Packers done for the season, quarterback Aaron Rodgers was in attendance Tuesday night at the Kohl Center to see the Badgers men's basketball team defeat the Indiana Hoosiers.

Rodgers, who is a big booster of other Wisconsin sports teams including the Badgers and Milwaukee Bucks, watched the game with Wisconsin native pro golf great Andy North, then visited the team in the locker room after the win to pose for photos.

Good win. Better company. 🏀🏈

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I offered him my collarbone. He said no... #DoitforARodg

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Just a couple of Vikings fans

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Great start to 2018 💚💛💚💛 #GOAT #gopackgo

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Great catching up with an old friend after the game. Thanks for coming!

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Game managers in very, very different ways. #midrange #change

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Jesus made an appearance to the game tonight

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While in Madison, Rodgers also made an appearance with Susan and Andy North at Graze restaurant on the Capitol Square, again posing for a photo with Graze owner Tory Miller.

And in case you were wondering (we were) -- yes, the image on Rodgers' hoodie depicts Randy from South Park rendered as the classic "Change" poster from Barack Obama's 2008 presidential campaign. It's made by "southparkhumourtees" of


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