- Jason Sudeikis received a massive applause from Iowa fans on Saturday
- He performed his trademark ‘Ted Lasso’ dance as the Hawkeyes won
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Jason Sudeikis brought his famous ‘Ted Lasso’ dance to Iowa on Saturday as the Hawkeyes defeated Bowling Green in a women’s basketball game.
Sitting courtside next to WNBA legend Sue Bird, Sudeikis appeared to see himself on the big screen during a break in the second quarter.
And the actor gave fans at Carver-Hawkeye Arena a show as he performed the dance made famous in the first episode of ‘Ted Lasso.’
Bird laughed and clapped along as Sudeikis got a massive applause from the crowd.
The pair also attended UConn’s loss at Kansas on Friday night.
Jason Sudeikis entertained Iowa fans with his ‘Ted Lasso’ dance during Saturday’s game
Caitlin Clark tallied 24 points, 11 assists and seven rebounds as Iowa beat Bowling Green
At the time of Sudeikis’ dancing on Saturday, No. 4 Iowa held a comfortable advantage as the Hawkeyes led 42-23 with 4:59 left in the first half.
They went on to win by a score of 99-65 after a big second half.
Reigning AP Player of the Year winner Caitlin Clark tallied 24 points, 11 assists and seven rebounds.
Kate Martin also had 17 while Sydney Affolter added 14.
Behind Clark’s tremendous play, Iowa was thrust into the spotlight last season as the Hawkeyes made the national championship.
They would lose 102-85 to LSU.