Will Smith and Tony Romo went to a high school pep rally together in Dallas. Why? Well, someone had to pump up Lake Highlands’ state-bound volleyball team, and I’m not allowed to set foot on school campuses in Texas, so there you go.
Smith told the students that when he first started on TV’s “The Fresh Prince of Bel-Air,” producer Quincy Jones gave him two words of advice: fearless and relentless. He said you have to be both to achieve your goals.
Romo talked about the doubts that he, as an undrafted free agent, could even make the team, much less become starting quarterback of the Cowboys. He said what was keeping him from reaching his goals was him, not what other people were saying.
Good to know for Dallas fans. It’s not Jessica Simpson’s fault the Cowboys can’t win a playoff game, and it’s not your fault for saying it’s her fault. It’s all Tony’s fault. It’s not a curse, it’s just your quarterback’s limitations. That’s gotta be a relief.