TCU forward Kenrich Williams works against the defense of Texas Tech’s Robert Turner (left) and Aaron Ross during last year’s game in Fort Worth. Williams, who had 10 points and 16 rebounds in the 71-54 victory, will miss the coming season because of knee surgery.
TCU forward Kenrich Williams works against the defense of Texas Tech’s Robert Turner (left) and Aaron Ross during last year’s game in Fort Worth. Williams, who had 10 points and 16 rebounds in the 71-54 victory, will miss the coming season because of knee surgery. Special to the Star-Telegram Ste
TCU forward Kenrich Williams works against the defense of Texas Tech’s Robert Turner (left) and Aaron Ross during last year’s game in Fort Worth. Williams, who had 10 points and 16 rebounds in the 71-54 victory, will miss the coming season because of knee surgery. Special to the Star-Telegram Ste

TCU basketball loses leading rebounder for season to knee surgery

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