Jerry Jones’ Grandson Threw For 564 Yards, Wins His 2nd Texas State Championship
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The Texas State Championship between Highland Park and Manvel was not only a crazy game that ended with a score of 49-46, but also featured the grandson of Cowboys owner Jerry Jones throwing for 564 yards...

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Proud Grandpa...


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Come on Larry, are there any scholarship offers for this kid? I gotta say, I wish I was Jerry Jones’ grandson. Nothing gets an american woman’s genitals wet like money does.
Reply40 months
58 pass attempts in high school game. That’s pretty nuts
Reply40 months
564 yards in a SC game?! Were they playing a Big12 team?
Reply40 months
Yes no joke. I guess games like these are par for the course in high school football in big 12 country so when these kids get to college they just continue the tradition.
40 months
No lie, Romo has been his QB coach since around 10 years old
Reply40 months
Larry, you moron, you got the score wrong... It was 53-49, and not 46-49.
Reply40 months
A feel good story about a kid who came from nothing but harnessed an incredible talent
Reply40 months
LOL!
40 months
And no lsu offer....oou qb talent evaluators suck as usual...
Reply40 months
Arkansas lock.
40 months
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