“I mean, obviously, when you get any kind of award like that, it means you had a successful season, and I couldn’t be more pleased for our players,” Weber said. “They just, from Day 1, you get a change of coaches and, you know, they bought in, and really slowly but surely built a trust factor, and our staff did a great job. We had a good locker room, good chemistry between coaches and players, and it all adds up to us having some success, and winning the league.”
Along with being the league’s top non-freshman newcomer, Clyburn was a second-team pick with Oklahoma senior forward Romero Osby, Oklahoma State guard Markel Brown, Kansas State guard Angel Rodriguez and Isaiah Austin, Baylor’s 7-foot-1 freshman center.
AP Sports Writers Jeff Latzke in Oklahoma City, and Dave Skretta in Kansas City, Mo., contributed to this report.
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