How Tim McGraw Showed March Madness Love to Caitlin Clark During Iowa Concert

Tim McGraw March Madness

Tim McGraw showed his March Madness allegiance to Hawkeye’s star Caitlin Clark during a recent concert in Iowa.

The college tournament is in full gear, so the country music legend took the opportunity to represent his favorite player while he stopped at the Wells Fargo arena in Des Moines, Iowa, during his Standing Room Only tour.

For the concert, Tim wore a black and gold sleeveless shirt that donned Caitlin’s #22. He paired the shirt with jeans, a black belt with a large gold belt buckle, and a black cowboy hat.

After the show, Tim posted a photo of himself sporting Caitlin’s number and wrote, “When in Iowa…Had to represent! Big year for [Caitlin Clark] and [Iowa Women’s Basketball].”

Caitlin and the Hawkeyes are the favorite in March Madness, and they won their first-round matchup against Holy Cross 91-65—Caitlin Clark scored 27 of those points.

The 22-year-old guard went into the tournament with two new records on her resume. In February, she officially became the NCAA women’s basketball’s all-time leading scorer while playing the Michigan Wolverines. A few weeks later, she topped herself by becoming the NCAA Division 1 all-time leading scorer for men and women.

The No. 1 Hawkeyes take on the No. 8 West Virginia Mountaineers in the next round of March Madness. After the tournament, Caitlin Clark will officially declare for the 2024 WNBA draft.

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