GALLERY: Wisconsin Badgers celebrity fans
Although some people may not believe it, Badgers fans aren't limited to those who live in Wisconsin.
Andy North, a two-time U.S. Open winner, was born in Thorp, Wis. and currently resides in Madison.Photo by: Stephen Dunn NBC News anchor Greta Van Susteren graduated from Wisconsin in 1976. She grew up in Appleton, Wis.Photo by: Nancy Ostertag Packers quarterback Aaron Rodgers and actress Olivia Munn were all over the Badgers run to the title game in 2015.Photo by: Streeter Lecka Steve Stricker, seen here with a Badgers-clad Brett Favre, has 22 career professional wins, and currently lives in Madison.Photo by: Hunter Martin Bud Selig, the former MLB Commissioner and Milwaukee Brewers owner, graduated from Wisconsin in 1956.Photo by: Rich Schultz Milwaukee native Steve Miller, who was inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame in 2016, went to Wisconsin in the 1960s.Photo by: Theo Wargo ESPN college basketball reporter/anchor Andy Katz graduated from Wisconsin in 1990. He has been at ESPN since 2000.Photo by: Rich Barnes "Workaholics" star Anders Holm is a Wisconsin alumnus.Photo by: Vivien Killilea Former Packer wide receiver Donald Driver tweeted #BadgerLove after Wisconsin's win over Villanova.Photo by: Jeff Gross Even though Seattle Seahawks star Russell Wilson quarterbacked the Badgers for just one season, he still bleeds cardinal and white.Photo by: Ronald Martinez Pewaukee native and current Houston Texans star J.J. Watt played football for the Wisconsin Badgers and still often tweets about them.Photo by: Streeter Lecka Former Vice President Dick Cheney briefly attended Wisconsin for his doctoral studies.Photo by: Pool Former "Malcolm in the Middle" actress Jane Kaczmarek graduated from Wisconsin in 1979.Photo by: Frederick M. Brown "West Wing" star Bradley Whitford, who is divorced from Kaczmarek, grew up in Madison.Photo by: Kevin Winter Actress Joan Cusack graduated from Wisconsin in 1984.Photo by: Vince Bucci David (middle) and Jerry Zucker (left) created the movies "Airplane!" and "The Naked Gun" after graduating from Wisconsin.Photo by: Mark Mainz