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Topic - Dante Jackson
He's been called Tu since he was a tot.
The step ladders and scissors are stored conveniently near the court. The overhead confetti blowers are being loaded with shiny blue, silver and white paper strips.
"I think Tu's proven over this entire year that he's one of the best players in the country," Xavier guard Dante Jackson said. "I'm not sure where our team would be without him."
"It's pretty ironic," Jackson said. "I know as a team we're locked in. We went down there and laid an egg. We really want to get them. We have to get them."