As the Wisconsin Badgers men's basketball team advances to their fourth straight Sweet 16, plenty of celebrities and alumni have rallied around the team for support. Let's check out 16 big names for the big game.
Andy North, a two-time U.S. Open winner, was born in Thorp, Wis. and currently resides in Madison.
NBC News anchor Greta Van Susteren graduated from Wisconsin in 1976. She grew up in Appleton, Wis.
Packers quarterback Aaron Rodgers and actress Olivia Munn were all over the Badgers run to the title game in 2015.
Steve Stricker, seen here with a Badgers-clad Brett Favre, has 22 career professional wins, and currently lives in Madison.
Bud Selig, the former MLB Commissioner and Milwaukee Brewers owner, graduated from Wisconsin in 1956.
Milwaukee native Steve Miller, who was inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame in 2016, went to Wisconsin in the 1960s.
ESPN college basketball reporter/anchor Andy Katz graduated from Wisconsin in 1990. He has been at ESPN since 2000.
"Workaholics" star Anders Holm is a Wisconsin alumnus.
Former Packer wide receiver Donald Driver tweeted #BadgerLove after Wisconsin's win over Villanova.
Even though Seattle Seahawks star Russell Wilson quarterbacked the Badgers for just one season, he still bleeds cardinal and white.
Pewaukee native and current Houston Texans star J.J. Watt played football for the Wisconsin Badgers and still often tweets about them.
Former Vice President Dick Cheney briefly attended Wisconsin for his doctoral studies.
Former "Malcolm in the Middle" actress Jane Kaczmarek graduated from Wisconsin in 1979.
"West Wing" star Bradley Whitford, who is divorced from Kaczmarek, grew up in Madison.
Actress Joan Cusack graduated from Wisconsin in 1984.
David (middle) and Jerry Zucker (left) created the movies "Airplane!" and "The Naked Gun" after graduating from Wisconsin.