Dallas Cowboys quarterback Tony Romo is an avid basketball fan, who's been seen at Duke, SMU, and Dallas Mavericks games in the past.

On Monday, Romo, Jason Witten and Longhorns legend Colt McCoy were courtside in Austin to see Texas host No. 1 Kansas.

Unfortunately it wasn't much of a game as the Jayhawks rolled to an easy 86-56 win over the Longhorns.

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But it was Witten who brought his quarterback to the game. The Cowboys tight end is a close friend of Texas assistant basketball coach Mike Morrell.

They also got a chance to visit with head football coach Charlie Strong.

While in Austin tonight, Tony Romo and Jason Witten held court with Texas football coach Charlie Strong. pic.twitter.com/WXW69FyVKa

— Clarence Hill (@clarencehilljr) March 1, 2016


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