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TCU promotes Santee to Player Development Coordinator

TCU men’s basketball graduate assistant Corey Santee has been promoted within the program to Player Development Coordinator. Santee just finished his second season as a graduate assistant for the Horned Frogs and earned his Masters of Liberal Arts degree. Prior to his return to Fort Worth, the TCU Lettermen’s Hall of Fame inductee played professionally

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REPORT: TCU fires assistant coach Corey Barker

Horned Frogs assistant placed on leave earlier this month surrounding involvement in Pay-for-Play scandal According to a report from Mac Engle of the Fort Worth Star-Telegram, TCU has fired assistant basketball coach Corey Barker. Barker was placed on leave earlier this month after he was accused of accepting a $6,000 payment from an Adidas middleman

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TCU Assistant Coach placed on Administrative leave

TCU’s Barker becomes second assistant suspended in bribery case. In what has been a very busy few days in the college basketball pay-for-play bribery scandal, another assistant coach has been placed on administrative leave. TCU Director of Athletics Jeremiah Donati has released the following statement regarding Horned Frogs assistant Corey Barker: “While TCU conducts an

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HoopDirt.com Daily News – 10/26/18

Good article HERE from the Dallasnews.com on why TCU head coach Jamie Dixon felt compelled to hire Scott Cross as an assistant. Cross, who had spent the past 12-seasons as the head coach at UT Arlington, was unexpectedly dismissed back in March after a 21-13 season. Dixon realized that he was one of the good

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Dixon Awarded Contract Extension

TCU Director of Intercollegiate Athletics Jeremiah Donati has announced a contract extension for head men’s basketball coach Jamie Dixon. Dixon’s contract was extended two years, securing the coach through the 2023-24 season. “We are very excited to announce the contract extension with Jamie Dixon,” Donati said. “We are committed to competing at the highest level,

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