Dallas Cowboys quarterback Tony Romo enjoyed a booze-free bachelor party that included a game of hide-and-go-seek with buddies prior to his wedding to former beauty queen Candice Crawford, People magazine reported Tuesday.
"I didn’t feel like going out drinking that night," the 31-year-old said in a previous interview with Yahoo! Sports.
The football star, who got married May 28 in Dallas, added, "We tried to come up with a game, but when you’re with 14-15 guys, there aren’t a lot of non-drinking games at that age you can do."
He added, "I just came up with some game — hide-and-go-seek, I guess it was. It was a little modified form. It was fun. We had a good time. I stayed hidden for a while. I had a pretty good spot … it was pitch black out. There were only like two lights in the whole place."
Romo said he was the hide-and-go-seek champion twice at the party, which took place in a cabin in West Virginia.
"We played twice," Romo recalled. "I won both times. I got to tell them all I was smarter than them. That was just part of the process. I did come up with the game, so I probably had a pretty good idea leading up to the game that I had a chance."