ANN ARBOR, Mich. -- Sitting in a maize sweater in one of the front rows of the friends and family section Tuesday night, Ronda Burke patiently waited for this to happen. She knew this would happen.
So when she watched her son, Michigan freshman point guard Trey Burke, transform into the best player on the floor during No. 19 Michigan's 60-59 win over No 9 Michigan State, she was the least surprised person in the building.
"A part of me knows he's going to go down swinging, kicking, ...
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