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TCU Celebrated Their Win over West Virginia with a Young Fan with Cerebral Palsy

By Nina Mandell

Abby Faber, a 7-year-old who is suffering from cerebral palsy, has long been an Iowa State fan. But on Thursday night, she found herself in TCU’s locker room with a standing ovation from the team and a chance to celebrate their win.

Faber first entered into the national spotlight when TCU quarterback Trevone Boykin greeted her when she was on the field during the Iowa State-TCU matchup. He posted a photo taken of their meeting by a photographer for the Star-Telegram on Instagram and TCU fans began to raise money for her medical expenses, according to the Star-Telegram.

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