No. 2 Wisconsin came away with a convincing 69-52 victory over No. 6 Baylor on Thursday night, and the Badgers are playing well enough to earn Aaron Rodgers' respect.
The Green Bay Packers quarterback was in attendance to watch the Badgers battle the Bears for a spot in the Elite Eight. After the game was over, the 2011 NFL Most Valuable Player made his way to the Wisconsin locker room to congratulate the team:
Rodgers may have gone to the University of California, but he has no problem supporting Wisconsin:
The Badgers were in awe of Rodgers' presence:
Aaron Rodgers visited Wisconsin lockerroom after the win. Didn't stay long. "We all made him uncomfortable staring at him." - Josh Gasser— George Schroeder (@GeorgeSchroeder) March 28, 2014