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New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie cheers against New Jersey team

New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie was on hand Thursday in Buffalo to watch the Princeton-Notre Dame game in the first round of the NCAA tournament. Christie has been described as “close friends” with Irish Coach Mike Brey and has cheered on Notre Dame in the past. Things were no different Thursday, even though the Irish were playing a team from his home state.

To be fair, Christie’s daughter attended Notre Dame while his son played baseball at Princeton, so he was probably at least a little conflicted.

#NCAATourney #buffalo… Governor Chris Christie! #marchmadness #notredame #eyesclosedrick

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2017 March Madness live updates: Michigan stuns Louisville, Kentucky survives, and more

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The frantic, frenetic first week of March Madness is upon us and at times, it can all seem a bit too mad. Oh, it’s tons of fun, but quite mad indeed. Well, fear not! We’ve got you covered.

After a largely chalk-filled first two days, eighth-seeded Wisconsin sent the first tremor through the tournament on Saturday afternoon with a 65-62 upset of defending national champion Villanova. Are more surprises in store? Keep up with all the latest news, including awesome moments, surprises and upsets, analysis and more.

We’ll be following every game and helping you do the same, as you fret over the state of your once-perfect bracket.

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