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College basketball: Marshall, McDermott take home AP awards
College basketball » McDermott gets all but 1 vote for Player of Year.

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One that blossomed into a dynamic, 6-foot-8 forward who led the nation in scoring at nearly 27 points per game and finished with a staggering 3,150 for his career.

Earlier this year, he was voted a first-team All-American, the first player since Patrick Ewing and Wayman Tisdale in 1985 to earn the nod three straight years.

At a glance

AP college basketball Player of the Year

2014 » Doug McDermott, Creighton

2013 » Trey Burke, Michigan

2012 » Anthony Davis, Kentucky

2011 » Jimmer Fredette, BYU

2010 » Evan Turner, Ohio State

2009 » Blake Griffin, Oklahoma

2008 » Tyler Hansbrough, North Carolina

2007 » Kevin Durant, Texas

2006 » J.J. Redick, Duke

2005 » Andrew Bogut, Utah

AP college basketball Coach of the Year

2014 » Gregg Marshall, Wichita State

2013 » Jim Larranaga, Miami

2012 » Frank Haith, Missouri

2011 » Mike Brey, Notre Dame

2010 » Jim Boeheim, Syracuse

2009 » Bill Self, Kansas

2008 » Keno Davis, Drake

2007 » Tony Bennett, Washington State

2006 » Roy Williams, North Carolina

2005 » Bruce Weber, Illinois

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"I knew Doug was going to be Player of the Year much sooner than I thought I could be Coach of the Year," Marshall said. "He can certainly play on any level, and he proved that this year."

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