Wearing a beige fisherman's vest, a baseball cap and a blinking blue X pendant, Bill Murray looked nearly like any other proud father in the crowd as he cheered for his son - assistant coach for Xavier's men's basketball team. He totally messed up his friend's hair.
Bill Murray's dream sports year continues.
The actor's celebration took center stage following the win - a win that means an Elite 8 appearance in the NCAA tournament for the Musketeers, according to For The Win.
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He was also the energetic sports fan we know him to be, cheering enthusiastically when the team scored and making the "X" sign to show his support.
What does Bill Murray do when his son's college basketball team scores a massive March Madness upset? As we covered in more depth here, Murray's son is a Musketeers assistant coach.
Murray's son Luke is in his second year on Musketeers coach Chris Mack's staff, and it already has been quite a year for his dad, whose beloved Cubs finally won a World Series.
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How special? If the Cubs' run is any indication, Xavier fans might want to prepare for another weekend of basketball.
Bill Murray is back in the audience of March Madness and it's incredible.
So can Murray's magical run continue? With a win over top-seeded Gonzaga on Saturday, they would be the first 11-seed to reach the Final Four since VCU in 2011.
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