February 20, 2013

The Mormons Still Like You, Brett Favre

Ryan Carreon, Deseret News

Former NFL quarterback Brett Favre teamed up with Mormon Helping Hands after a devastating tornado ripped through Favre's hometown of Hattiesburg, Miss., earlier this month.

On Feb. 10 an F-4 tornado ripped through Hattiesburg leaving more than 4,000 residents without power, destroying homes, causing damage to Southern Miss University (Favre's alma mater), and completely wiping out the athletic facilities of Oak Grove High School, where Favre coaches football. Despite the destruction, there were no reported fatalities.

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