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Tony Romo was once a Pro-Bowl quarterback. He's now an entertaining color commentator and a scratch golfer to boot. The former Dallas Cowboys' signal caller has entered the 2019 AT&T Byron Nelson Tournament, but he's not exactly favored to win.
In fact, he's the biggest underdog in the entire field, according to FanDuel Sportsbook.
Romo is listed at +100000 to finish first at the AT&T Byron Nelson Tournament, behind players like Tom Lovelady, Smylie Kaufman and Rod Pampling.
Additionally, Romo's odds to win the 2019 AT&T Byron Nelson Tournament are worse than Wyoming and Old Dominion's odds to win the 2019-20 College Football National Championship (+25000) on FanDuel Sportsbook.
While Romo certainly looks unlikely to win the tournament, watching the Cowboys' legend swinging a club in competition certainly is an interesting experience. Hopefully he didn't ask fellow sports commentator Charles Barkley for any swing lessons.
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