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Maiden twins helping south Dallas dream big

Ex-football brothers Terrance Maiden ’00 and Tim Maiden ’00 are now helping boys and girls from their old neighborhood become the next generation of stars — and maybe future Frogs.

Maiden twins helping south Dallas dream big

Ex-football brothers Terrance Maiden ’00 and Tim Maiden ’00 are now helping boys and girls from their old neighborhood become the next generation of stars — and maybe future Frogs.

Identical twins Terrance Maiden ’00 and Tim Maiden ’00 grew up in south Dallas on their way to standout careers on an ultra-talented TCU football squad that included current NFL stars LaDainian Tomlinson and Aaron Schobel.

The Maiden brothers are now helping boys and girls from their old neighborhood become the next generation of stars — and maybe future Frogs. A group of 25 at-risk youth from Dallas toured the TCU campus and attended the Air Force-TCU football game Nov. 22 as part of the Tomorrow’s Leaders program sponsored by Tim and Terrance’s ii-Wins.org.

“Tim and I grew up in south Dallas and wanted to make a difference in the community that helped mold us into the individuals we are today,” Terrance said.

Founded by the siblings in 2005, ii-Wins.org is designed to enrich the quality of life within inner-city communities through educational, economic, spiritual and cultural initiatives. In addition to college campus tours, the ii-Wins.org Tomorrow’s Leaders program also provides annual college scholarships to students from urban areas.