- Patrick Dorsey, ESPN Editor
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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.
— Greg Carley (@gcarley) June 3, 2012
#gobrowns #gorickie @bweeden3 twitter.com/justin10johnso…
— Justin Johnson (@justin10johnson) June 3, 2012
— Joey Carlson (@joey_carlson) June 3, 2012
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