Michigan guard Trey Burke claimed a pair of national honors on Thursday, winning the Associated Press National Player of the Year and the Bob Cousy Award, given annually to the nation's top point guard. Burke becomes just the second Wolverine in program history to receive the AP award, joining U-M legend Cazzie Russell, who also earned the nation's top honor in 1966. Burke also becomes the first Wolverine in program history to earn the Cousy award, which has been given annually to the nation's top point guard since 2004.
Michigan's Burke Named AP Player of the Year, Cousy Winner
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