Jahlil Okafor paid up on his end of a bet with Tony Romo, and so now it's time for the Dallas Cowboys signal caller to fulfill his side of the wager.
During a visit to Duke's campus in March 2014, Okafor, then a high school senior who had committed to play for the Blue Devils, met Romo. The 34-year-old quarterback attended Eastern Illinois but is known to be a huge Duke fan.
According to an Instagram post from Okafor, the two men made a deal: Okafor would win a championship and then Romo would follow suit with a Super Bowl.
Okafor did his part on Monday, helping the Blue Devils knock off Wisconsin in the NCAA tournament championship game. The victory capped off a remarkable season for Okafor, who was the first freshman to be named ACC Player of the Year.
Romo was in Indianapolis to cheer on the Blue Devils:
The likelihood of Romo following through on his end of the bet took a serious hit this offseason when star running back DeMarco Murray bolted from Dallas to sign with the Philadelphia Eagles.
Still, the Cowboys will enter the 2015 with one of the best offensive lines in the NFL as well wide receiver Dez Bryant, who led the NFL with 16 touchdown receptions in 2014.
If and when the Cowboys do take home the Lombardi Trophy, Okafor will probably be dominating NBA big men. The 6-foot-10 center is projected to be one of the top two picks in the upcoming NBA Draft.