Not-so lone star state: The Dallas Cowboys aid local high school after tornados
Jerry Jones and the Dallas Cowboys donated $1 million dollars to rebuild the Thomas Jefferson High School athletic field after it was destroyed by tornados last weekend.
The tornados really stirred up trouble in the North Texas area ... $2 billion dollars worth of trouble in damages.
But Jerry Jones and his team came to the rescue after the storms sent many Texans into a tailspin.
The surprise for the high school came on the night of their homecoming game ... but it will be a real homecoming when they can rebuild and return to playing on their home field.