Cowboys' Dez Bryant Responds After Spelling Bee Co-Champ Celebrates Win With His Victory Sign

2016 Scripps National Spelling Bee co-champs Nihar Janga and Jairam Hathwar.

"Somehow, some way I have to get you to a game," the Dallas wide receiver tells his young fan.

Nihar Janga had a good Thursday. 

Not only did the 11-year-old become the youngest contestant to win the Scripps National Spelling Bee alongside co-champ Jairam Hathwar, he also got a shout-out from Dallas Cowboys' star wide receiver Dez Bryant. 

Janga, a fifth-grader, made Bryant's signature X sign with his arms while celebrating his victory.

Bryant was touched. 

"#NiharJanga you just made my whole day buddy.. Congrats on winning the #spellingbee champ.. Some how some way I have to get you to a game #x," Bryant wrote. 

The spelling bee, which ended in a tie for the third consecutive year, was broadcast on ESPN. 

Janga's winning word was "gesellschaft," which means a mechanistic type of social relationship.

Watch the two boys celebrate after their last words: