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Dixon is headed to Washington

Dixon is headed to Washington

After enjoying a solid two-year career at Eastern Arizona and earning JC All-American honors last season, CB Travell Dixon decided to sign with the defending national champs -- Alabama. However, when he got there this spring, something just wasn't right and he opted to leave. Dawgman.com has been able to confirm that he will enroll at Washington and play in 2013 after sitting out this season...

"Travell is going to be up there either later tonight or early tomorrow," Yamari Dixon, Travell's older brother, told Dawgman.com Friday afternoon. "He will get up there and sit out this season and he'll play in 2013 for them. "He'll be able to play against Boise State. We had to make sure all of the stuff checked out and we got all the paperwork done and now he's just got to fly up there and get...

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