Only one time in the long history of U.S. intercollegiate athletics has an athlete murdered a fellow athlete. Solving the murder would normally be the end of the story, but the murder of a Baylor basketball player at the hands of a teammate is where the mystery begins. In 2003 the world’s largest Baptist university had the worst team in a power house Big 12 division. To build a more competitive basketball program and thinking he would be a perfect fit, Baylor hired renowned coach Dave Bliss. Just as the entire Waco community was optimistic about the 2003-2004 season, quietly and suddenly, a Baylor player vanished without a trace.
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