Ducks football players and Charlie Papé watch Oregon men's basketball vs. Arizona
Four days before their team played in the inaugural College Football Playoff National Championship, Oregon football players Johnathan Loyd and Charles Nelson visited Matthew Knight Arena to watch the Ducks host the No. 7 Arizona men's basketball team on Thursday night.
Loyd is wrapping up a rare two-sport career for Oregon, as the wide receiver also spent the previous four seasons on the hardwood. In fact, the former point guard finished his hoops career with 97 wins, the most of any basketball player in school history.
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But Nelson and Loyd weren't the only familiar faces in the crowd for the Ducks-Wildcats showdown. Youngster Charlie Papé, who became internet famous for telling Oregon football coach Mark Helfrich that all his middle school cared about was "Jesus, girls and Marcus Mariota" at a press conference earlier this year, watched the game alongside Loyd.
If you need a refresher, check out Papé's awesome interaction with Helfrich, via KEZI in Eugene.
Judging from his sweet dance moves in the stands, Papé will surely be excited when Loyd, Nelson and Mariota take the field on Monday night against Ohio State for the CFP National Championship in Arlington, Texas.
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