ATLANTA, MI (WKZO) -- Michigan guard Trey Burke has picked up another national honor. He is the 2013 Naismith Men's College Player of the Year. He has already picked up the AP Player of the Year, the Bob Cousy Award, The Oscar Robertson, the Wooden, the Big Ten Player of the year, and the Division 1 player of the year awards. It makes him the first Wolverine to win all the majors since Cazzie Russell did it in 1966. The one he probably wants even more he could win tonight. If the Wolverines can beat the Louisville Cardinals, he would be a “National Champion”.
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