BUFFALO, N.Y. -- New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie attended Princeton University's NCAA tournament game, but wasn't there to support his state's Ivy League university.
Christie sat a few rows behind Notre Dame's bench Thursday in Buffalo as the Fighting Irish beat Princeton, 60-58.
The Republican has been friends with Notre Dame coach Mike Brey since he worked at the University of Delaware, from where Christie graduated.
Christie's daughter Sarah is a student manager on the team.
Christie's son Andrew graduated from Princeton last year and played for its baseball team.
Christie attends Princeton NCAA opener, roots for Notre Dame