Brandon Weeden Wears Rickie Fowler Uniform At Memorial

New Cleveland Browns quarterback Brandon Weeden made the trip two hours south to Columbus this weekend to take in the 2012 Memorial Tournament at Muirfield Village. A proud Oklahoma State Cowboy, Weeden spent the entire final round on Sunday following fellow OSU product Rickie Fowler ... in Rickie's trademark Sunday head-to-toe orange outfit. The Plain Dealer's Doug Lesmerises has the details on Weeden's gear:

Weeden didn't get to see Rickie at his best, as he fired one of his ugliest rounds as a pro, a 12-over 84. Playing in the second-to-last group, Fowler was out of contention early and simply along for the ride with Tiger Woods as he closed out his 73rd PGA Tour win. At least Weeden got see some of those heroics in his orange Puma gear. Photo of his outfit after the jump:

Photo via @osufan223:

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Another shot courtesy of @GCarley:

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