Former NFL quarterback Tony Romo has established himself as one of the sharpest and most informative in-game analysts in all of sports broadcasting with his role on CBS.
A recent photo showed just how dedicated he is to his craft.
CBS Sports lead reporter Tracy Wolfson and Romo's coworker
— Tracy Wolfson (@tracywolfson) December 5, 2021
">Tracy Wolfson posted a picture of the former Cowboys quarterback on Twitter Saturday night ahead of their game together on Sunday. In the photo, Romo is breaking down the X's and O's of the Big Ten Championship game between Michigan and Iowa with bread and silverware at a restaurant.
Take a look:
Perhaps the best part of Wolfson's photo is the look on Romo's face. The 41-year-old looks completely invested in breaking down a college game with the tools available to him on the eve of his own NFL broadcast.
Whatever Romo was teaching his counterparts at dinner on Saturday didn't have any impact on the game, but Michigan did come out on top in the title contest. The Wolverines dominated the Hawkeyes, punching their ticket to the College Football Playoff.
Romo himself will be back in the broadcast booth on Sunday, alongside Nantz. Wolfson will be on the sidelines for the top CBS broadcast team when the Baltimore Ravens take on the Pittsburgh Steelers at Heinz Field.
Kickoff for the AFC North battle is at 4:25 p.m. ET on Sunday.