C'mon, UTD, No David Caruso?

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Yesterday we mentioned Sophia Bush's appearance at the University of Texas at Dallas, where she touted her choice for president, the apparently faint-worthy Barack Obama. (And if you're anything like me, you wait to find out how actors on the CW are gong to vote before you cast your own ballot.) Turns out, she was joined by another TV actor: Adam Rodriguez, who's on some show called CSI: Miami. Really, though, this is just an excuse to run a few more photos of Bush. Which you already figured out. More photos, courtesy UTD, after the jump. --Robert Wilonsky

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