The president and the Ghostbuster star made surprise appearances at Towson University's men's basketball home opener against Oregon State on Saturday just outside of Baltimore.
So what were they doing there? Well, the two Chicagoans have ties to the two teams.
Murray turned up to cheer on his son, Luke, who was making his debut as Towson's assistant coach. At one point, the actor came down from the third row of the bleachers and said hello to Obama, who was seated courtside with his daughters Sasha and Malia and first lady Michelle Obama, whose brother, Craig Robinson, coaches the Oregon State Beavers.
We're not sure what they talked about, but bragging rights went to the Obamas: their side won in a rout, 66-46.