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Apple CEO Tim Cook, Duke Alum, Is In Attendance At Tonight's Title Game

Apple CEO Tim Cook is a noted college sports fan, and given his roots at both Auburn and Duke, he's got two solid programs to root for in the two major sports - football and men's basketball. Monday, Cook, who received his MBA from Duke's Fuqua School of Business in 1988, was seen in attendance at the NCAA Tournament title game.

Cook was appropriately wearing Duke blue and taking photos with Blue Devils fans.

">April 7, 2015

">@tim_cook pic.twitter.com/fuddOiXkIa

— Ryan Ashcraft (@ryanashcraft)

Me and @tim_cookpic.twitter.com/fuddOiXkIa

— Ryan Ashcraft (@ryanashcraft) April 7, 2015

">April 7, 2015

">@tim_cook in Indy to support

Glad to see @tim_cook in Indy to support @DukeU tonight #NCAAChampionship@DukeAlumnipic.twitter.com/QtUUiOwx5f

— Chase Olivieri (@chaseolivieri) April 7, 2015

">@DukeU tonight #NCAAChampionship

Glad to see @tim_cook in Indy to support @DukeU tonight #NCAAChampionship@DukeAlumnipic.twitter.com/QtUUiOwx5f

— Chase Olivieri (@chaseolivieri) April 7, 2015

">@DukeAlumni pic.twitter.com/QtUUiOwx5f

— Chase Olivieri (@chasefoto) April 7, 2015

We'll assume he has decent seats.