Brandon Weeden a Rickie Fowler superfan

June, 4, 2012
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Rickie FowlerMike Ehrmann/Getty ImagesRickie Fowler, seen in May, often wears this wild stuff on the course. But he wasn't alone Sunday ...
While Tiger Woods stole the show inside the ropes at the weekend's Memorial Tournament, another big name turned heads in the gallery:

Brandon Weeden, the Oklahoma State-turned-Cleveland Browns quarterback who, according to The Plain Dealer, bought a special orange outfit to support/mimic fellow former Cowboy (and noted fashion star) Rickie Fowler.





It didn't quite work in terms of Fowler's scorecard; the young Fowler (a fourth-year pro who, at 23, is considerably younger than the 28-year-old rookie Weeden) shot an ugly 84, far from the winning 67 Woods fired while in the same pairing.

Still, Fowler clearly appreciated the gesture; he changed his Twitter avatar to a shot from the 2012 Fiesta Bowl, where this pic also was snapped:



AP Photo/Ross D. Franklin

Patrick Dorsey is a Los Angeles-based writer and editor for ESPN.com. He has worked for the Web and newspapers. He also played in one Division-III golf tournament (he shot 105).

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