And that would be fine if this was June or July, but Romo is scheduled to join Jim Nantz on the call of the Minnesota Vikings-Chicago Bears game on Sunday afternoon.
Former NFL star quarterback Tony Romo fired a two-under par 70 Thursday at the US PGA Tour Safeway Open, taking a major step toward making his first cut at a PGA event.
Romo entered the Safeway Open as an amateur sponsors' exemption.
CBS had a backup plan, however, if fortune had smiled on the 39-year-old Romo.
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After beginning the second round with four consecutive pars, DeChambeau birdied No. 5, sank a 35-footer for birdie on No. 6, then had a tap-in for another birdie on No. 8.
"I made a couple good putts, that was obviously awesome, and I struck it a lot better than I did yesterday", DeChambeau said in a televised interview.
Watney, who's had his 11.5-degree driver in play since the 2019 Desert Classic, shot rounds of 69 and 65 to move into solo second behind Bryson DeChambeau, his playing partner in Saturday's final twosome.
"[The greens] are getting a little bit crispy right now, but they rolled pretty pure for me", Watney said.
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There are some who aren't very confident in Romo.
Kevin Tway, the tournament's defending champion, missed the cut by just one shot after ending his day with a bogey on No. 18. "I feel like I've had points like this in my career before - most obvious to me was in 2012, where I played great all year and didn't win". SuperBook USA golf oddsmaker Jeff Sherman responded accordingly, giving Romo astronomical 10,000-to-1 odds of winning the tournament, and the Action Network's Darren Rovell promised to erase himself from Twitter if the former Cowboys quarterback was atop the leader board at the end of play Sunday. "I stunk a lot, so just trying to continue to improve and get better".
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