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Tony Romo


Antonio Ramiro Romo

Inducted 2021

Date of Birth



San Diego, CA


Eastern Illinois University (1999-2002)


The first player in school history to be inducted into the College Football Hall of Fame. Tony Romo played for Eastern Illinois from 1999 to 2002. During his career, Romo led his team to a 25-10 overall record and 17-2 conference record as a starter, while EIU was ranked nationally his final three seasons. Romo set conference and school records for single-season (34 in 2002) and career (85) touchdown passes, which remaind unbroken for over a decade.


Height 6'2"

Weight 215

Career Highlights

  • 2002 All-Conference
  • 2002 Conference MVP
  • 2002 First-Team FCS All-America
  • 2002 Walter Payton Award
  • 2001 All-Conference
  • 2001 Conference MVP
  • 2001 Led FCS in Passing
  • 2000 All-Conference
  • 2000 Conference MVP
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