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The final four still the big talk, including some of the fans in the crowd.

There were more than 79 thousand people in the stands to watch the championship game –setting a new NCAA record. Several familiar faces were all in one suite.

Two former Presidents and a couple of Dallas Cowboys got a huge response when this shot was broadcast across the big screen.

Former Presidents George W. Bush and Bill Clinton, Cowboys Tony Romo and Jason Whitten were all guests in Jerry Jones suite.

We tweeted out this picture on CBSDFW.

It was retweeted more than 3 thousand times — and was trending in Washington D.C. last night.

CBSDFW also caught these photos from the jumbotron:

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(credit: CBSDFW.COM/Angela Martin)

(credit: CBSDFW.COM/Angela Martin)

After the game, President Clinton tweeted this picture with Jerry Jones, former college coaches Nolan Richardson and Eddie Sutton, and the Athletic Director from the University of Arkansas.


Another jumbo-tron moment also had people talking, a father-son dancing duo!

The crowd went wild for this routine where the captain of the Dallas Mavericks Maniacs showed the apple doesn’t fall far from the tree.

The jumbo-tron found Rob Maiden and his 15-year-old son Trey performing a choreographed routine to the song “Happy” by Pharrell.

The camera kept cutting back from the father-son crew to other fans — and the crowd couldn’t get enough of them.

Maiden says he taught his son the routine on Saturday and they worked all day Sunday to perfect it for the sell-out crowd.


Saturday in the Serafini household is dance party central and three months worth of dance video clips have gone viral online.

Tony Serafini started posting 6-second clips of his 4-year-old daughter dancing each Saturday morning to the social media site Vine.

He recently edited them all together and posted them on YouTube.

It’s a collection of different songs, different outfits, but always a whole lot of energy — at least from his daughter…not so much from tony.

The video has been viewed more than 1.5 million times.


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