George Bush, Bill Clinton Sit Together At NCAA Championship Game, Tony Romo Photobombs

George Bush and Bill Clinton kept each other company for the NCAA national title game between Kentucky and UConn, and Dallas Cowboys quarterback Tony Romo couldn’t help but get a presidential photobomb in.

The former presidents were spotted sitting together at the championship game in luxury suites, and they had Dallas Cowboys owner Jerry Jones to thank for the awesome seats.

At one point the camera caught Bill Clinton and George Bush as they smiled together, and in the bottom of the frame Tony Romo appeared, creating a presidential photobomb.

Jones hosted the former presidents, who have actually been seeing a lot of each other lately. The former presidents, along with their First Ladies, shared a trip on Air Force One earlier this year when they returned from the memorial service for Nelson Mandela.

They were even captured together in what would become a viral photo. In the shot, a proud George Bush showed off one of his original paintings. Hillary Clinton was seen with an impressed look, and next to her stood National Security Adviser Rice and Attorney General Eric Holder, who both looked enthralled with Bush’s work.

The presidents have a chance to see what could be one of the greatest championship games ever. Both teams come in after unlikely runs in the NCAA tournament, with UConn a No. 7 seed and Kentucky a No. 8.

It wasn’t clear who George Bush and Bill Clinton were rooting for at the NCAA title game, but even if their teams don’t pull it off at least they’ll be in good company.