When a random cat ran onto M&T Bank Stadium's field in the middle of the Baltimore Ravens' game against the Miami Dolphins on Thursday night, CBS Sports' Tony Romo didn't miss a beat. "So look at this, Jim," Romo analyzed in the most adorable play-by-play of all time. "This is how you ran in high school."
"Exactly," Jim Nantz replied as the cat made a mad dash for the sidelines.
"Look at that," Romo marveled. "Perfect form. Extension … Look at the change in direction. Does he get both feet in right here at the end, Jim?"
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The Ravens' cat was hardly the first feline to try its paw at professional sports — earlier this year, the St. Louis Cardinals' baseball team came back against the Kansas City Royals when Rally Cat blessed their field. Romo did a better job at the call than KMOX's Mike Shannon, though, who initially identified the four-footed invader as a raccoon.
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