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  • TCU's Dixon lauds his four senior 'believers' before their final home game

    TCU men's basketball coach Jamie Dixon says his four senior "believers" have played key leadership roles in this turnaround season that will include Wednesday's final home game of the season against Kansas State. Dixon breaks down the efforts of seniors Brandon Parrish, Karviar Shepherd, Michael Williams and Chris Washburn. Video by Jimmy Burch

TCU men's basketball coach Jamie Dixon says his four senior "believers" have played key leadership roles in this turnaround season that will include Wednesday's final home game of the season against Kansas State. Dixon breaks down the efforts of seniors Brandon Parrish, Karviar Shepherd, Michael Williams and Chris Washburn. Video by Jimmy Burch jburch@star-telegram.com
TCU men's basketball coach Jamie Dixon says his four senior "believers" have played key leadership roles in this turnaround season that will include Wednesday's final home game of the season against Kansas State. Dixon breaks down the efforts of seniors Brandon Parrish, Karviar Shepherd, Michael Williams and Chris Washburn. Video by Jimmy Burch jburch@star-telegram.com
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