J.J. Watt tweets picture of his dogs to express conflict of interest for Wisconsin-UNC game (Photo)

J.J. Watt tweets picture of his dogs to express conflict of interest for Wisconsin-UNC game (Photo)

J.J. Watt is hoping to have bragging rights over his wife Kealia when their alma maters meet in the NCAA Tournament.

We’ve already seen just how mad this year’s NCAA Tournament may be. The No. 2 seed Ohio State Buckeyes have already been upset by Oral Roberts in the first round to get things off to an insane start.

The next slate of games are set to take place this evening from Indianapolis and include an intriguing matchup between the North Carolina Tar Heels and the Wisconsin Badgers. UNC comes into the game the 8-seed while the Badgers are just below them, ranked as a No. 9 seed.

The Badgers are apparently feeling good about their first-round odds. They shared an awesome spoof of the Full House intro as they chronicled their bubble experience before tonight’s big game.

One notable alum is, however, J.J. Watt is prepared for his household to do battle.

Wisconsin alum J.J. Watt shares adorable photo ahead of UNC matchup

The five-time Pro Bowl defensive end who is now a member of the Arizona Cardinals is trying to figure out who will have bragging rights in the house when Wisconsin and North Carolina meet in the NCAA Tournament.

Watt, of course, is rooting for the Badgers while his wife Kealia is a former soccer standout at UNC and will be rooting for the Tar Heels.

Either way, the Watts are going to be prepared and shared a photo of their pups to show they’re ready for March Madness.

Tip-off is at 7:10 p.m. ET at Mackey Arena. Which dog here has your heart?

For more NCAA basketball news, analysis, opinion and features, check out more from the FanSided college basketball section to stay on top of the latest action.

Source: FanSided

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