Michigan guard Trey Burke is second in the College Basketball Player of the Year poll, comprised of actual voters, done by ESPN.com and WolverineNation's Michael Rothstein.
Burke received 13 first place votes of the 63 ballots received and finished with 99 points, second to Duke's Mason Plumlee. Here's a link to the full poll, which includes a video interview with Burke.
Also, Michigan is getting a lot of attention as a Final Four candidate -- not surprising since the Wolverines are No. 2 in the nation. Here is where our Insiders see the Wolverines.