It wasn't just about the Super Bowl at Buffalo Wild Wings in Tyler tonight.
A fundraiser was held there today to build homes for needy families in Smith County.
95.3 and 102.3 fm "The Breeze" broadcasted live at the restaurant.
Ten percent of all dine-in and take-out sales today went to the charity.
Jammin' Jimmy Olson himself was there to get the word out to the community.
There was also a silent auction with signed sports memorabilia up for grabs.
The Lopez family of Tyler is getting a home built for them by "Habitat."
Maria Lopez says the organization has been a blessing to her and her two boys.
"I've learned to grow and love these people at habitat," Lopez said. "Because they make you feel like family. It's not a hand out. It's a hand up. It's just something to know I'm going to own my own home, and its gonna be our home."