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Hollywood star, Bengals players witness Xavier's big win at Cintas

Bill Murray's son Luke Murray is the Xavier assistant coach. (FOX19 NOW Photo/Jeremy Rauch) Bill Murray's son Luke Murray is the Xavier assistant coach. (FOX19 NOW Photo/Jeremy Rauch)
Bill Murray took time to snap a few selfies with fans. (FOX19 NOW Photo/Jeremy Rauch) Bill Murray took time to snap a few selfies with fans. (FOX19 NOW Photo/Jeremy Rauch)
Jeff Ruby sporting an American flag jacket (left) and Bengals running back Jeremy Hill (right) [Photo: FOX19 NOW/Jeremy Rauch] Jeff Ruby sporting an American flag jacket (left) and Bengals running back Jeremy Hill (right) [Photo: FOX19 NOW/Jeremy Rauch]
Bengals tight end Tyler Eifert was all smiles and waves on the sidelines. (FOX19 NOW Photo/Jeremy Rauch) Bengals tight end Tyler Eifert was all smiles and waves on the sidelines. (FOX19 NOW Photo/Jeremy Rauch)
CINCINNATI, OH (FOX19) -

A Hollywood star, a couple of Bengals player and a local celebrity all came to witness the Musketeers big win against No. 1 Villanova at the Cintas Center Wednesday night.

"Caddyshack" star Bill Murray was seen taking a few selfies with fans. Bill's son, Luke Murray, is the Xavier University assistant coach.  Bill was also caught on camera supporting the Muskies when Xavier played at the Advocare Invitational Tournament in Orlando last November.

Bengals tight end Tyler Eifert was seen courtside wearing a Xavier basketball t-shirt.  

Bengals running back Jeremy Hill was spotted at one point standing next to Cincinnati restaurant icon Jeff Ruby, who was wearing a stunning American flag jacket. 

[Related: Macura, Sumner lead No. 5 Xavier over No. 1 Villanova, 90-83]

It was Xavier's first win over a No. 1 team since 2004, when they beat St. Joseph's University in the Atlantic 10 tournament. The last time Xavier hosted the top-ranked team was in 1999 against UC in the Crosstown Shootout. Xavier took down the Bearcats and Kenyon Martin, 66-64. 

The last time two top five teams played a college basketball game in Cincinnati was in 1959.

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