He sat on a panel to discuss the health of college basketball, and he didn't have a lot of nice things to say. 

Former national player of the year and current NBA star Trey Burke, who spent two years at the University of Michigan, discussed college sports on a Knight Commission panel yesterday.

Jon Solomon from CBS Sports live tweeted the event:

Burke also said that Michigan didn't help him prepare for a professional career in the NBA, and how to manage such a large salary. So far, he's earned over $7.6 million in his career.

Thoughts? Is he acting like a spoiled brat, or does he have a point?