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The Super Bowl's real star: Tony Romo

The Super Bowl's real star: Tony Romo

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Today’s game is perhaps the first Super Bowl in which a TV analyst — quarterback-turned-broadcaster Tony Romo — might just be the most interesting player on the field.

Romo, the 1998 Burlington High School graduate we claim as one of our own in Kenosha, has proven to be a soothsayer of sorts while calling a football game. More than once during the Chiefs-Patriots game, I was yelling at the TV, “If Tony Romo knows what plays Bill Belichick is calling, why doesn’t the Chiefs defensive coordinator?” (The Chiefs may have wondered the same thing; the team fired Bob Sutton soon after the team’s 37-31 overtime loss.)

So enjoy whatever Keto-friendly munchies you’ve got ready for the Big Game and ask yourself, “What would Tony do”? — Elizabeth Snyder

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