The man who built America's Team is now going to build Europe's League.

Tex Schramm, the only president the Dallas Cowboys have ever had, made it official Tuesday - he's leaving the Cowboys to take over as president of the experimental International Football League, an offshoot of the NFL that both Schramm and NFL commissioner Pete Rozelle insist will be independent.The announcement came the same day NFL owners approved without a dissenting vote the sale of the Cowboys for $146 million to Jerry Jones, the Arkansas oil millionaire whose insistence on being a hands-on owner - "from socks to jocks" - made Schramm dispensable.